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Full text of "City of Kingston alphabetical, general, miscellaneous and classified business directory for the year 1883-84, to which is added a directory of the County of Frontenac, including the names and postal addresses of farmers and other residents of the townships, and the incorporated villages of Portsmouth and Garden Island."

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Agents for the publisher, 
12 McNab St., South. Hamilton, Ont. 



PREFACE. 

The publishers, in presenting this their first edition 
of the City of Kingston and County of Frontenac 
directory, desire to state that the object, which they 
trust has been attained, is to provide a work as com- 
plete and accurate as compilations of this kind can be. 
The postal addresses of the farmers and the residents 
of the county, now for the first time published in this 
form, will, we are certain, prove especially useful. We 
beg to return our thanks to the Clerks of the several 
Municipalities and Postmasters for their kindness in 
providing us with valuable information. 

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Kingston, July, 1883. Publishers. 



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AlphabeticaU Generak Miscellaneous and 
Classified Business 

DIRECTORY 

^OT^ THE "^E-d^I^ ise3-e-i- P 

■^^ To Which is Added a • 

^ Directory of the County of Frontenac 

Including the Names and Postal Addresses of the Farmers and other 
^ residents of the Townships, and the Incorporated 

'^ Villages of Portsmouth and 

Garden Island. 



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HAMILTON, ONT. 

Printed at the British Whig Steam Job Ofl&ce, Kingston. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Page. 

Ancient Order of Workmen.. 16 

Banks and Officials 17 

Catholic Societies 17 

Church Directory 10 

Custom Officials 10 

Division Court Clerks 108 

Educational 11 

Fire Alarm Boxes 9 

Fire Department 9 

Frontenac County 101 

Military 13 

Odd Fellows 16 

Police Department 9 

Post Office Offiicials 10 

Post Offices and Villages 140 

PubUc School Trustees 9 

Eailways 10 

St. Andrew's Society 17 

St. George's Society 17 



Page. 

St. Patrick's Society, 17 

Separate School Trustees 9 

Stage Koutes 18 

Frontenac Council 102 

Frontenac Officials 102 

Frontenac Law Society 17 

Inland Revenue Officials 10 

Kingston City 6 

Kingston Alphabetical Direc. 20 

Kingston Classified Directory 94 

Kingston City Council 9 

Kingston City Officials 9 

Kingston City Miscellaneous. 9 

Loyal Orange Association 16 

Masonic Order 16 

Mechanics' Institute 18 

Temperance Societies 16 

Township Clerks 102 

Townships 104 



ADVEBTISEBS' INDEX. 



Page. 

Brame Henry, undertaker 95 

Campbell John M & Co 8 

Clement Leonard, dentist 98 

Carey Wm & Son, music 2 

Caverly N, merchant 103 

Cooks' Friend, baking powder, 

front cover 

Dentaphonc 8 

Garland U S, publisher 158 

Irwin W H & Co, publishers. 95 

Jackson J M, upholsterer 2 

Laturnoy James, carriage 

maker 48 

McAuIey Thomas, bookseller 61 
McEwen & Son, machinists.. 88 
McMahon John A, solicitor... 98 
Newman R J J, confectioner. 88 



Page. 



Ohlke & Leader, picture 

frames 4 

Olmstead S N, manufactur- 
ers back cover 

Reid James, tinsmith 32 

Rcid James, undertaker.. ... 40 

Rudd T G, hardware 48 

Shannon R W, barrister 98 

Simmonds Alfred, bookseller. 40 
Spence & Crumley, dry 

goods, front cover. 

Tett J V 'fc Bro, merchant ... 108 

TillinghastT C, tailor 82 

Waddington Bros, butchers 40 

Walkem Sc Walkcm, barristers 98 

Weber G M & Co, pianos 19 

Whig Printing Office, 167 



THE CITI OF KINGSTON. 



The fifth City in Ontario in population, is situated at the head of the 
St. Lawrence River and the end of Lake Ontario. It is the principal 
port for lake navigation in Ontario possessing the largest and finest 
harbour in the country. It is a station of the Grand Trunk Railway, 
and the head quarters of the Kingston and Pembroke Railway. The 
Public Buildings are very beautiful, the City Hall (the finest one in 
the Province) the Court House, Post Office, Custom House, Queen's 
University and College, the Churches and a number of business blocks 
and private residences. At the Western boundary is located the 
Kingston Penitentiary and about a mile west of it the Kingston 
Asylum for the Insane ; opposite the city is the Royal Canadian Mili- 
tary College, and Garden and Wolfe Islands. Kingston is a military as 
well as naval city. Here is stationed 'B' Battery and a troop of cav- 
alry, besides a local troop, a battery, and the 14th Prince of Wales' 
Own Rifles. The principal business streets are Princess, and parts of 
Wellington, Bagot, Clarence, Ontario, Brock, Market Square, Mon- 
treal, Queen etc., all connected by the Kingston Street Railway. 
There are two Daily Papers published, The British Whig, and the 
Daily News, both papers having weekly editions also. The city returns 
one member for the Dominion Parliament, Mr. Alex. Gunn, and one 
for the Local House, Mr. James H. Metcalfe. Kingston enjoys the 
proud position of beiftg the soundest city financially, its merchants 
being considered the most prudent and safest men to deal with. The 
Limestone City, as it is sometimes called, is also the cleanest and 
healthiest city in Ontario, being built on the solid rock. A new Union 
Station is about to be built which will greatly add to the city's pros- 
perity, and Kingston bids at no distant date to be one of the foremost 
cities of the Province. Kingston is distant from Toronto 161 miles, 
Montreal 172, Quebec 344, Ottawa 95, Hamilton 200, London (Ont.) 
276, Detroit 386, St. John, N. B., 752, Halifax 828, and Liverpool 
2414 miles. Population 15,000 ; with suburbs of Portsmouth, Barrie- 
field and Garden Island, 17.500. 



8 CITY OF KINGSTON. 

THE DENTAPHONE. 

A recent Scientific Invention, by means of which the deaf hear from the teeth. 
The sound vibrations are conveyed through the -bones of the face and head by 
new channels to the nerves of hearing. 

It consists of a thin flexible diaphragm, and weighs but a few ounces, can be 
folded and carried like a fan ; which it resembles. 



EXXRACXS FROra XHH PRHSS. 

FROM THE REV. ISAAC ERRETT. 

Editor of Christian Standard. 
The Dentaphone is all that it claims to be. 



February 20th, 1883. 
It was found that the deaf, and partially deaf, could readily hear anything 
spoken in the room in an ordinary tone of voice. 

Pittsburg Presbyterian Banner, Pa. 



So carefully has the instrument been tested and so reliable is it in its effects 
that a man totally deaf for 40 years, was enabled by its aid to hear distinctly. 

New York Christian Observer. 



The efficacy of the Dentaphone is beyond all question, and it has the unquali- 
fied endorsment of leading journals in whose offices experiments and tests were 
conducted. 

FRANK LESLIES, 

Illustrated Weekly Journal, 



The folding fan Dentaphone, is without doubt the best known form of appa- 
ratus for conveying sound to the auditory nerve. 

The Medical and Surgical Reporter, Philadelphia, Pa. 



I have no doubt that the Dentaphone will in time supersede every form of that 
very inconvenient instrument, the ear trumpet, and I believe aurists can make 
use of it in diagnosis of disease of the ear. ^ 

W. A. RATTACK. M.D., 
Prof. Pathology and Surgery, Cincinnati Medical College. 



I have been partially deaf for six years. I find the Dentaphone of great value. 
I unhesitatingly recommend it to those similarly effected. 

REV. FATHER J. H. BURWINKEL, Cincinnati. O. 

My Daughter has been 22 years deaf. She finds it of great service in church, 
and values it very highly and hardly knows how she would get along without. 

JAMES E. HUTT, Fenwick. Ont. 

There are two sizes ot this instrument. The ordinary conversational. 9i20O. 
The Concert and Lecture, extra power. $18.00. 

Addresss, JOHN M. CAMPBE!.!. & CO., 

2 McNab St.- South, Hamilton. General Agents. 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Miscellaneous Directory. 



CITY COUNCIL, 1883. 

Charles Livingston, Mayor; William Allen, John Carson, Robert J. Carson, 
Leonard Clements, William J. Crothers, George Creeggan, James Downing, 
William Dunn, Charles F. Gildersleeve, William D. Gordon, William Irving, 
Edward Law, Thomas H. McGuire, John Mclntyre, Joseph Quigley. James 
Redden. Felix Shaw. Edward H. Smythe, John L. Whiting, James Wilson, 
William Wilson, Aldermen. 

City Officials. — Michael Flanagan. Clerk; Frank C.Ireland, Treasurer 
James Agnew. Solicitor ; William S. Gordon, Assessor and Commissioner; 
William Coverdale, Surveyor and Engineer ; Lewis Middleton, Collector ; Alexr. 
Smyth, Clerk of Market and Harbor Master; Andrew Lanigan. Messenger; 
John Duff, Police Magistrate; E. J. Barker, Registrar; Fred. J. George, Deputy 
Registrar. 

Police Department. — Edwin Horsey. Chief ; Robert Bell, Sergeant- 
Major ; Robert Carson, Sergeant ; Dennis Sullivan, Detective ; William 
Hoyle, William Hinde. Matthew Campbell. Robert Nesbitt, James Nesbitt, 
Samuel McCormack. Alexander Snodden, Charles Thompson, Philip H. Small, 
Constables. 

Fire Department. — Edwin Horsey, Chief; P. Devlin, ist Assistant ; David 
Hall, 2nd Assistant; Matthew Bateson, Foreman; William Little, Assistant 
Foreman ; J. W. Davis, Secretary; W. McCammon. Treasurer. 

Fire Alarm. — No. i, St. Lawrence Ward; 2. Ontario Ward; 3, St. Pauls 
Church, cor. Queen and Montreal street; 4, Montreal Road; 5, All Saints' 
Church. Division street; 6, George Newland's. Princess and Chatham streets; 
7, Corner Barrie and Princess streets; 8. Corner Earl and Barrie streets; g, 
Queen's College gate. Arch street ; 12, coraer King and Gordon street! ; 13, Dr. 
Strange's, cor. King and Union streets; 14, Royal Military College; 15, General 
Hospital ; 22, Locomotive Works. 

TRUSTEES. 

Collegiate Institute, — James McCammon, M.D.. Chairman ; M. Sulli- 
van. M.D.. E. H. Smythe. LL.D.. William Irving, E. J. B. Panse, George A. 
Kirkpatrick. M.P. 

Public Schools. — W. Allen. S. Anglin, W. M. Drennan, W. Dunlop, S. H* 
Fee. R. M. Horsey. W. Irving, N. C. Poison, W. Robinson. R. V. Rogers. H. B- 
Savage, R. Shaw, G. R. Waldron. J. Wilson, G. R. Waldron, Chairman; S. S* 
Phippen. Secretary ; W. G. Kidd. Inspector. 

Separate Schools. — Rev. P. A. Twohey, Chairman ; W. H. Sullivan, Secre- 
tary ; P. Smith. E. Garvin, B. Nelligan, O. Tiemey, J. McMahon. W. Power. A, 
Handley, W. Leahey, D. Driscoll, M. Flynn, James Campbell. 



lO CITY OF KINGSTON. 

KINGSTON POST OFFICE. 

James Shannon, Postmaster; William Shannon. Assistant Postmaster; 
John Kelly, Clerk Registered Letter Department ; Robert T. Burns, Clerk 
Monej' Order Department ; William S. Smyth, Clerk General Delivery ; John 
G. Strachan, James P. Pense, James McBride, Charles W. Macdonald, John L. 
Renton, Robert A.. Adair, Frederick C. Voigt, Clerks; A. H. Miller, Superin- 
tendent of Letter Carriers ; John Collins, Robert Levvers. L. Paladeau, S. A. 
McCammon, William O'Reilly, Letter Carriers ; Henry Dunbar, Messenger. 

Positions of Street Letter Boxes. — i, comer Queen and Ontario 
streets ; 2, corner Montreal and Bay streets ; 3, corner Bagot and Queen 
streets ; 4, corner of Princess and Bagot streets ; 5, Windsor Hotel, Princess 
street ; 6, corner Clergy and Colborne streets ; 7, corner Division and Elm 
streets; 8, corner Barrie and Princess streets ; 9, corner Union and Sydenham 
streets; 10, Barrie street near Queen's College; 11. Drill Shed; 12, cor. King 
and Beverly streets, Grove Inn ; 13, comer King and Barrie streets ; 14, comer 
King and Union streets ; 15, Earl and Ontario streets. 

Stamp Vendors. — Charles Hentig, Post Office Lobby. A. Maclean, On- 
tario street. A. A. Simmons, King street. Elizabeth Delaney, Princess street. 
G. S. Hobart, Princess street. Henry Wade, corner King and Brock streets. J. 
G. King, Market Square. John Henderson & Co., Princess street. James 
Moore, Wellington street. N. C. Poison, Princess street. T. McAuley, King 
street. Wilson Bros., Princess street. W. J. Wilson, Princess street. 

Inspector's Department — (Over Post Office). — Gilbert Griffin. Inspector; 
Allan Jones, Assistant Inspector; Jeremiah Meagher, P. H. Macarow, J. E. 
Hopkirk, J. C. Strange, Staff; F. Scobell, W. D. Abercrombie, John Hoyland, 
Railway Mail Clerks. 

CUSTOM HOUSE. 

{Cor. King and Clarence Streets.) 

C. Hamilton, Collector ; A. Macalister, Surveyor ; A. Shaw, Chief Clerk ; 
R. D. Anglm. 2nd Clerk ; M. S. Haddigan, 3rd Clerk ; W. Neish, 4th Clerk ; 
T. Driver, Appraiser; T. Meagher, J. Kidd, J. Murphy, T. Robinson, J. Mc- 
Millan, Landing Waiters ; G. H. Pidgeon, Messenger and Packer ; P. Nugent, 
Packer in Excise Warehouses. 

INLAND REVENUE OFFICE. 

(Market Square.) 

Fleming Rowland. Collector ; James Spearman. Edward Fahey, Archibald 
Hanley. A. Howie, Thomas Grimason and John O'Donnell, Officers. 

CHURCHES. 

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 

Cathedral of St. George — (King, cor. Johnson street). — Very Rev. Jas. 
Lyster. LL.D., Dean ; Rev. Henry Wilson, D.D.. assistant minister. Hours of 
service: Sundays, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ; daily, 11 a.m. 

St. James' Church— (Union cor. Arch). — Rev. Francis W. Kirkpatrick. 
M.A., rector. 

St. Paul's Church— (Queen cor. Montreal).— Kev. VVm. B. Carey, M.A 
rector. 



CITY OF KINGSTON. II 

All Saints' — (320 Division). — Rev. Thomas Bousfield, rector. 
Prison Mission. — Rev. C. E. Cartwright, M.A. 

METHODIST. 

(Hours of service, Sundays 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.) 
Queen Street. — Rev. H. F. Bland, Pastor. 
Sydenham Street. — Rev. Leroy Hooker, Pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal — (Brock cor. Montreal). — Rev. J. Wilson, pastor. 
Primitive — (Brock, between Clergy and Barrie.) — Rev. H. Harris, pastor. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

First Congregational — (Wellington cor. Johnson). — Rev. S. N. Jackson, 
pastor. 

Bethel Church— (Johnson cor. Barrie). — Rev. A. L. McPhadyen, pastor. 

Baptist — (95 Johnson). — Rev. E. Hooper. 

presbyterian. 
Brock Street (201). 

Chalmers" — (129 Earl). — Rev. Finlay McCuaig, pastor. 

St. Andrew's (corner Princess and Queen). 

ROMAN CATHOLIC 

St. Mary's Cathedral — (cor. Clergy and Johnson). — Hours of service: 
Mass every day at 7.30 a.m. Sundays — Low Mass, 8 a.m. ; High Mass, 10.30 
a.m. ; Vespers, 7.30 p.m. Right Rev. James Vincent Cleary, Bishop of Kingston ; 
Rev. Bernard Higgms; Rev. P. A. Twohey, Chancellor; Rev. Thomas Kelly, 
Secretary; Rev. P. Hartigan. 

catholic apostolic (287 Queen). 

Rev. J. Gilmour, pastor. 

Salvation Army meets at their Barracks every evening at 7.30 p.m. Sun- 
days — 7 a.m., II a.m., 3 p.m., and 7 p.m. 

EDUCATIONAL. 
queen's university and college. 

This institution, one of the oldest and most celebrated in Canada, is 
situated in the west end of the city, the grounds being bounded by Union, Arch, 
Stuart and Gordon streets. The houses of the Piincipal and Professors com- 
mand a fine view of Lake Ontario and the surrounding country. The college 
buildings are new, handsome and substantial. The Astronomical Observatory of 
the institution was founded m 1835, and was deeded to the University in 1861. 
It contains an equatorial by Mr. Alvan Clarke, with an object glass 6J inches 
aperture, a small transit by Troughton & Simms, and an astronomical clock 
constructed by the assistant observer ; also the Beaufoy transit, lent by the 
Royal Astronomical Society, England, a reflecting telescope by Mr. Short, with 
a speculum of 7^ inches in diameter, and a reflecting telescope. It is in charge 
of the veteran Professor Williamson, who is as enthusiastic as ever in the pur- 
suit of knowledge in this line of investigation, and practical astronomy will now 
be taught to those students who may so desire. 



12 CITY OF KINGSTON. 

The library contains over 17,000 volumes, and receives considerable addi- 
tions annually. Donations are sent to it from all quarters. The museum is 
varied and extensive. Its mineralogical and palaeontological collections are par- 
ticularly valuable. 

Queen's College was incorporated with the style and privileges of a Uni- 
versity by a Royal Charter, dated October i6th, 1841. A complete curriculum 
of study leads to the degrees in Arts of B.A., B.Sc, D.Sc, and M.A. ; in 
Theology, of B.D. ; and in Medicine, of M.D. These degrees are conferred on 
those who have gone through the required curriculum and passed the prescribed 
examinations, The Senate, however, is empowered to confer, besides these, the 
Honorary Degrees of D.D. and LL.D., for literary, scientific or professional 
distinction. 

It is the desire of the Trustees to attain the highest efficiency in all depart- 
ments of a University course. Large additions are being made to the equipment 
of the teaching department in the scientific branches. The Physical and 
Chemical Laboratories will be better furnished, and especial attention will here- 
after be given to practical training in these matters so important to the growth 
and development of our young countr>'. The addition of a new Professor in 
Theology will make that department more complete than heretofore. 

The Session in Arts begins on the first Wednesday of October, and closes 
on the last Thursday of April ; the session in Theolog>' begins om the first Mon- 
day of November, and closes at the same time as the Arts session. There are 
twenty-three scholarships in Arts and seventeen in Theology, ranging in value 
from I32 to Sioo, only three of which are below $50. There are nine University 
prizes, none of which is under S25, and four gold medals. 

Chancellor, Sandford Fleming, C.E., C.M.G. ; Principal and Vice-Chan- 
cellor. Very Rev. George Monro Grant. M.A.. D.D. ; Vice Principal, Rev. James 
Williamson, M.A., LL.D.; Registrar, Rev. George Bell, LL.D. 

Officers of Instruction. — In Divinity. — The Principal, Primarius Pro- 
fessor of Divinity ; Rev. John B. Mowat, M.A., Professor of Hebrew. Chaldee 
and Old Testament Exegesis ; Rev. Donald Rdss, M.A., B.D., Professor of 
Apologetics and New Testament Criticism ; Rev. James Carmichael (King), 
Lecturer on Church History. In Arts. — Rev. J. Williamson, M.A.. LL.D.. Pro- 
fessor of Astronomy ; Rev. fohn B. Mowat. M.A., Professor of Hebrew ; Nathan 
F. Dupuis. M.A., F.B.S.. Edin., Professor of Mathematics; Rev. George D. 
Ferguson, B.A.. Professor of History and English Language and Literature ; 
John Watson. M.A.. LL.D., Professor of Logic, Mental and Moral Philosophy 
and Political Economy ; John Fletcher, M.A., Oxon, Professor of Classicail 
Literature; David H. Marshall, M.A., F.R.S.E.. Professor of Physics; — 
Goodwin, Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy; Rev. Alexander B. Nichol- 
son, B.A., Lecturer on Modern Languages and Assistant to Professor of 
Classics; Rev. James Fowler. M.A., Lecturer on Natural Science; Rev. R. 
Campbell. M.A., (Renfrew) Lecturer on Political Economy. In Medicine. — 
Fife Fowler. M.D.. L.R.C.S.. Edin. (one of the Surgeons to the Kingston Hos- 
pital, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine. Clinical Medicine and 
President of the Faculty; Michael Lavell, M.D. (Surgeon to the Penitentiary; 
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Registrar ; Michael Sullivan, M.D.. 
j Surgeon to the Hotel Dieu), Professor of Princuiles and Practice of Surgery; 
Alfred S. Oliver. M.D., (Jail Physician and one of the Surgeons to the Kingston 
Hospital). Professor of Materia Medica. Therapeutics and Pharmacy ; Thomas 
R. Dupuis, M.D., F.R.C.P.S.K.. Tone of the Surgeons to the Kingston Hospital). 
Professor of Anatomy ; the Professor of Chemistry in Queen's University, Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry and Practical Chemistry; Kenneth N. Fenwick, M.A.. 
M.D. M.R.C.S., Edin.. Professor of Institutes of Medicine; Chamberlain A. 
Irwin. M.D.. (Vice-President of Ontario Medical Association), Professor of 



CITY OF KINGSTON. I3 

Medical Jurisprudence; C. H. Lavell. M.D.. L.R.C.P.S.K., Professor of Ophtal- 
mic and Aural Surgery and Practical Anatomy ; H. G. Saunders, M.D., 
M.R.C.S.E.. Professor of Sanitary Science; William H. Henderson, M.D,, 
Professor of Histology and Curator of the Museum ; John Herald and Edgar 
Forrester, Associate Demonstrators of Anatomy. In Law. — J. Maule Machar. 
M.A.. Lecturer on Roman Law ; Byron M. Britton, M.A.. Q.C.. Lecturer on 
Criminal Law ; R. Vashon Rogers, B.A., Lecturer on Common Law ; G. M. 
Macdonnell, B.A., Lecturer on the Law of Keal Property; Richard T. Walkem, 
Q.C., Lecturer on Equity; John Mclntyre, M.A., Q.C., Lecturer on Medical 
Jurisprudence. 

Acting Registrar of University Council, Archibald P. Knight, M.A. Con- 
servatory Board, the Principal, Professor Williamson, M. Flanagan, Esq. 
Director of Observatory, Professor of Astronomy. Curators of the Library, 
the Principal, Professors Mowat and Fletcher. Librarian, Rev. George Bell, 
LL.D. Curator of Museum, Lecturer on Natural Science. Examiner for 
Matriculation in Medicine, James Fowler, M.A. Examiners m Gaelic, Evan 
MacOoll, Esq., R. M. Rose, Esq., Rev. A. B. Nicholson, B.A. Janitor, John 
Cormack. 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Affiliated with Queen's University: 

Regiopolis College is expected to be shortly opened. 

COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE (ll Clergy). 

A. P. Knight, M.A., Rector ; D. A. Givens, B.A., English and Modem 
Language Master ; Thomas Gordon, Mathematical Master ; Wm. Meek, Short 
Hand Master; Colin Scott, Drawing Master; Miss M. L. Phillips, First Pre- 
ceptress. 

CONVENT OF THE CONGREGATION DE NOTRE DAME. 

(cor. Bagot and Johnson.) 

Mother St. Frances, Superioress. Number of pupils, 150. Number of 
teachers, 10. 

ST. MARY OF THE LAKE (King Street West.) 

Mother St. Thecla, Superioress. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' SCHOOL (89 Clergy Street.) 

Rev. Bro. Hal ward. Director ; Rev. Brothers Bardomin, Novatian, Lewis, 
Anthony and Peter, teachers. Registered number of pupils, 420. 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE (cor. Priucess and Montreal.) 

John McKay, jr.. President ; N. C. Poison, Vice-President ; Wm. Power, 
Secretary ; C. D. Chown, Treasurer ; T. H. McGuire, Secretary ; A. McMahon, 
Recording Secretary and Librarian. 

MILITARY. 

ROYAL SCHOOL OF GUNNERY, " B " BATTERY, C.A. 

(Tete du Pont Barracks.) 

Commandant and Assistant Inspector of Artillery, Lieut .-Colonel C. E. 
Montizambert ; Capt. and Bt.-Major C. J. Short ; Lieut, and Bt. -Major John 
Eraser, Adjutant ; Lieut, and Bt.-Major Y. E. M. Taschereau ; Lieut, and Bt.- 
Captain A. A. Farley ; Surgeoa-Major H. Neilson. 



14 CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Attached Ofificer — Lieut, and acting Quarter-Master W. E. Imlah. 
Establishment of " B " Battery, R.S.G. — i captain, 5 lieutenants, i surgeon, 

1 sergeant-major, i master gunner, i laboratory foreman, i ordnance armourer. 

2 assistant gunnery instructors, i trumpet major, i riding instructor, i pay 
sergeant, 9 sergeants, 6 corporals, 4 bombadiers, 8 acting bombadiers, 3 trum- 
peters, 121 gunners, 6 artificers and 16 horses, making a total of 174. 

In addition to the above, 10 ofi&cers and 20 non-commissioned ofl&cers are 
allowed to join a short course of instruction. 

ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF CANADA, KINGSTON. 

Commandant, Edward Osborne Hewitt, C.M.G.. Colonel R.E. ; Professor 
of Surveying, Military Topography and Reconnaissance, John Ryder Oliver, 
Lt.-Col. R.A. ; Professor of Mathematics, Mechanics and Artillery, Edgar Ken- 
sington, Lt.-Col. R.A. ; Professor of Fortification, Military Engineering. Geo- 
metrical Drawing and Descriptive Geometry. George Robert Walker, Major R.E. ; 
Professor of Military History, Admmistration and Law, Douglas F. Jones, Major 
R.A. ; Instructor in Mathematics and Artillery. Samuel Gerrard Fairtlough. 
Major R.A. ; Instructor in Fortification, Military Engineering, Geometrical 
Drawing and Descriptive Geometry. Edward Raban, Captain R.E. ; Assistant 
Instructor in Mathematics, Geometrical Drawing and Descriptive Geometry, 
Alfred George Godfrey Wurtele, Lieut. CM.; Assistant Instructor in Surveying, 
Military Topography, Physics and Chemistry, John Bray Cochrane, Lieut. CM. ; 
Professor of English and German. Rev. George Ferguson, B.A. ; Professor of 
French and Drawing and Painting, Forshaw Day, Esq., R.C.A. ; Professor of 
French, Arthur Duponth Duval. Esq., M.D. ; Professor of Civil Engineering, 
Robert Carr Harris, Esq., C.E. ; Professor of Physics, Chemistry and Geology, 
Herbert A. Bayne, Esq., M.A., Sh.D. ; Medical Officer, John Lewis H. Neilson, 
M.D., Surgeon-Major " B '• Battery, K.S.G. 

4TH PROVISIONAL REGIMENT OF CAVALRY. 

John Duff. Lieut.-Colonel ; S. C. McGill, Adjutant ; W. Maxwell Strange, 
Paymaster; H. M. Duff, Quarter-Master; Amos S. Bristol. Surgeon; M. J. 
Brown, Assistant Surgeon ; James Massie, Veterinary Surgeon. 

No. I Troop— Arch. Knight, captain ; George Purcell, ist lieutenant ; Thos. 
Todd, 2nd lieutenant. No. 3 Troop — James Wood, captain ; Gilbert Wood ist 
lieutenant ; John McRory, 2nd lieutenant. 

KINGSTON FIELD BATTERY. 

John Wilraot, captain; Peter Graham Wilmot; Wm. M. Drennan, ist 
lieutenant; J. A. Wilmot, Stanley McNab Henderson, 2nd lieutenants; H. J. 
Saunders, surgeon. 

14TH Battalion Princess of Wales' Own Rifles. 
John Kerr, Lieut.-Colonel ; Edward Handley Sniythe, Major. 

Captains — Joseph Wm. Power, James Galloway, jr., Henry Gordon 
HubbeU. Charles I). Kerr, James Charles MacDougall, Herbert M. Mowat, 

ist Lieutenants — Richard Conway Cartwright. James Murray, jr.. Lewis 
W. Shannon, John S. Skinner. 

2nd Lieutenants — Alexr, Buntin, John R. Shannon. 

Paymaster. Wm. King. Adjutant, William D. Gordon. Quarter-master, 
Henry J. Spriggs. Surg(!on. John Bighnm. Assistant Surgeon. William H. 
Henderson. 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 1 5 

MASONIC. 
ancient and accepted scottish rite. 

Rose of Sharon Sovereign Chapter of Rose Croix de H.R.D.M. — 111. 
Bro. S. G. Fairtlough, 32° . M.W. Sov. ; Sov. Pr. John Kinghorn. 18° . R. & P. 
Prelate; 111. Bro. W. D. Gordon, 32 ^ . Ex. & P. ist General; Sov. Pr. W. 
Waddingion. jr., 18° . Ex. & P. 2nd General ; Sov. Pr. Philip Bajus, 18° , Ex. 
& P. Raphael ; Sov. Pr. R. A. McMahon. 18°, Ex. & P.G.M. ; Sov. Pr. F. Row- 
land, 18°, Ex. & P. Reg.; Sov. Pr. R. V. Matthews, 18°, Ex. cS: P. Treas. ; 
Sov. Pr. E. S. Boyden, 18° , Ex. & P. Herald ; Sov. Pr. S. Oberndorffer, r8 o , 
Ex. & P.D. of C; Sov. Pr. H. Birtles, 18°, Ex. & PC. of G. ; Sov. Pr. E. 
Ball, 18 o, Guard. 

Meets first Wednesday of each month. 

Kingston Lodge of Perfection, No. 7. — 111. Bro. W. D. Gordon, 32 ° , 
r.P.G.M.; Bro. John Kinghorn, 18°, Ex. S.G.W. ; 111. Bro. S. G. Fairtlough, 
32°, Ex. J.G.W. ; Bro. W. Waddington, jr., 18°, Ex. G. Secretary; Bro. 
Philip Bajus, 18° , Ex. G, Treasurer ; Bro. E. S. Boyden, 18° , Ex. G. Orator ; 
Bro. R. V. Matthews, 18°, Ex. G. Almoner; Bro. R. A. McMahon, 18 f^, Ex. 
G.M. of Cer. ; Bro. H. J. Wilkinson, 18° , R.G. Expert ; Bro. Geo. Thompson, 
18 ° , R.G. Asst. Expert ; Bro. James Adams, 14°, V.E. Capt. of Host; Bro. 
E. Ball, 18 c, G. Tyler. 

Meets second Friday of each month. 

Cataraqui Chapter, No. 12. — Ex. Comp. W. Waddington, Z.; Ex. Comp. 
A. Shaw, H.; Ex. Comp. C. Porter, J. ; Comp. W. S. Smyth, E. ; Comp. R. V. 
Mathews, S.N. ; V. Ex. Comp. H. Dumble, Treas.; Ex. Comp. R. Bunt, P.S. : 
Comp. \. Hewton, J.S. 

Meets second Monday in February, March, April, May, August and 
November. 

Knights Templar, Hugh de Pa-^en's Encampment. — Fleming Rowland, 
E.C. ; G. W. Andrews, P.E.C. , R. V. Mathews, C. ; W. D. Gordon, R. ; John 
Kear, T. ; Rev. J.Gallagher, P.; W. Scobell, M. ; Major Fairtlough, C.G.; 
E. Ball, E. 

Meets first Friday in February, May, August and November. 

Ancient Frontenac, Royal Arch Chapter, No. i. — Ex. Comp. W. M. 
Bailie, I. P.Z. ; Ex. Comp. W. D.Gordon, Z. ; Comp. H. J. Wilkinson, H.; 
Comp. James Adams, J. ; Comp. G. W. Andrews, S.E.; Comp. W. M. Bailie, 
S N. ; Comp. Geo. Thompson, Treas. ; Comp. A. LeRichieux, P.S. ; Comp. R. 
M. Horsey, S.S. ; Comp. J. A. Irwin, ]. A. Irwin, J.S. 

Meets third Tuesday in February, May, August, and second Tuesday in 
November. Annual meeting third Thursday in November. 

Kingston Masonic Benefit Associ.ation. — R.W. Bro. G. M. Wilkinson, 
President; V. W. Bro. G. S. Oldrieve, Vice-President; R. W. Bro. John Kerr, 
Treasurer; R.W. Bro. G. W.Andrews, Secretary. 

Ancient St. John's Lodge, No. 3. — H. J. Saunders, W.M.; G. W. 
Gaden, I.P.M.; H. J. Wilkinson, S.W. ; J. Yule. J.W. ; E. R. Welch, Treas.; 
J. Sutherland, Secretary. 

Meets first Thursday of each month. 

Cataraqui Lodge, No. 92, A.F. & A.M., G.R.C.— Abraham Shaw, W.M, ; 
W. Waddington, I. P.M.; J. R. Smeaton, S.W. ; W. S. Smythe, J.W. ; James 
Shannon, Treas. ; D. Callaghan, Secretary. 

Meets second Wednesday of each month. 



l6 ' CITY OF KINGSTON. 

MiNDEN Lodge, A.F. & A.M. No. 253, G.R.C.— Wor. Bro. W. D. Gordon 
W.M. ; Wor. Bro. J. McEwen, I.P.M. ; Wor. Bro. W. M. Drennan, S.W. ; Wor. 
W. Newlands, J.W.; R. W. Bro. G. M. Wilkinson, Treas. ; R. W. Bro. D. A. 
Givens, Sec, ; Rev. Bro. R. J. Craig, Chaplain. 

Meets every first Monday. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Kingston Uniformed Encampment, No. 3. — W. J. Burns, Chief Captain ; 
A. C. McMahon, Subordinate Captain ; B. H. Carnovsky, Junior Captain; Wm. 
Healey, Conductor ; George Lee, Warden ; Wm. Adams, High Priest ; Wm. 
Dunn, Standard Bearer; J. B. Mclver, Scribe; R. S. Mowatt, Treasurer; E. 
Chatterton, Right General Guide; J. Anderson, Left General Guide; L. 
Milks, First Guardian ; George Wilkinson, Second Guardian ; F. Sharp, S. 
Marshall, J. Dillon and J. Saunders, Chiefs of Sections. 

No. 10 Cataraqui meets Tuesday. 

No. 59 Kingston meets Friday. 

A.O.U.W. 

Limestone Lodge, No. 91. — W. B. Little, Master; T. Driver, Recorder. 
Meets second and fourth Thursdays in each month in Wilkinson's Build- 
ing, corner Princess and Montreal streets. 

LOYAL ORANGE ASSOCIATION. 

No. 6 meets second Wednesday in each month. James Marshall, W.M.; 
W. J. Morrison, Secretary. 

No. 291 meets second Friday in each month. Samuel Thornton, W.M. ; 
George Leslie, Secretary, 

No. 316 meets first Tuesday in each month. James Laturney, W.M. ; M. 
Moran, Secretary. 

No. 325 meets first Thursday. Wm. Pugh, W.M. ; John Lovick, Secretary. 

No. 352 meets first F"riday. Wm. Makins, W.M.; James Dennison, Secy. 

No. 577 meets second Monday. Thomas Lemmon, W.M. ; Henry Stod- 
dard, Secretary. 

No. I, Dbrry Lodge 'Prentice Boys. — W. J. Moore, W.M.; James 
Perry, Secretary. 

No. 16, True Blues. — J. Dennison, W.M. ; J. W. Marshall, Secretary. 
Meets last Monday in each month. 

Royal Scarlet Chapter. — Marshal Fair, W.M.C. ; James Laturney, 
Com. S. Meets on the 14th of each month. 

Royal Black Knights of Canada, No. 2. — SirKt. James Marshall, W.M. ; 
Sir Kt. Francis Morrison, Reg. Meets second Thursday. 

I.O.G.T. 

Bkthkl Lodge meets on Mondays over Wade's drug store. 

Juvenile Temple meets on Fridays .it the Mission, cor. Montreal and 
Princess streets. 

Sons of Tkmi'kkance, No. 2 St. Lawrence Division. — W. M. McRossie, 
W.P. ; W. Monieith, Sec. ; G. W. Andrews, D.G.W.P. 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 1/ 



NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 

St. Georges Society.— E. H. Smythe, LL.D., President ; Samuel 
Thornton, ist Vice-President ; Charles F. Smith, 2nd Vice-President; Edwin 
Rose. Treasurer: Alfred LeRicheux, Secretary; W. H. Godwin, T. C. Tilling- 
hast, J. A. B. Smith, Henry Hitchins, W. Hinds, T. Palmer, J. Dolphin, Rev. 
Thomas Bousfield, Dr. H. J. Saunders, Committee of Management; H. J. 
Saunders, M.D., H. Evans. M.D., Physicians; Revs. C. E. Cartwright, M.A. ; 
R. V. Rogers, M.A., Thomas Bousfield and F. Prime, Chaplains ; W. Hinds, 
Marshal. 

St. Andrew's Society— (Established 1843).— John McMillan, President; 
James Craig, ist Vice-President ; Alexander Milne, 2nd Vice-President; Robt. 
Thomson, Secretary-Treasurer ; Rev. Dr. Smith and Rev. F. McQuaig. Chap, 
lains; J. Murrav and S. Maxwell, Auditors; N. McNeil, Standard Bearer; Dr. 
Strange, Physician ; Evan McCoU, Bard; W. G. Craig, J. Richmond, N. C. 
Poison, W. R. McRae, G. Fleck, D. Gibson, J. Carruthers, W. McRossie and 
E. Law. 

St. Patrick's Society. — T. H. McGuire, President. 

CATHOLIC SOCIETIES. 

Confraternity of the Holy Family. — Men's branch meets first Sunday 
in each month. Women's first Friday in each month. 

St. Vincent de Paul Society (purely charitable) meets every Sunday 
afternoon in St. Mary's vestry at 4 o'clock. John A. McMahon, President ; P. 
Daley, Vice-President ; A. Hanley, Secretary ; P. Smith, Treas. ; Rev. P. A. 
Twohey, Chaplain. 

Children of St. Mary. — Miss R. A. Fahey, President. 

Catholic Mutual Benefit Associ.\tion. — Wm. Leahey, President; P. 
Daley, ist Vice-President ; Michael Maloney, 2nd Vice-President ; John G. 
Buggee, Rec. Sec. ; Michael Brennan, Cor. Sec ; George W. Weber, Fin. Sec. ; 
Wm. Shanahan, Treas.; Dennis Sullivan, Senior Chancellor; Wm. Sullivan, 
Junior Chancellor ; Robert McCauley, Marshal ; Robert Nolan, Guard. 

LAW. 

Frontenac Law and Library Associ.^tion. — Dr. Henderson, Q.C., Pre- 
sident ; R.V.Rogers. B.A., Treasurer; J. L. Whiting. B.A.. Secretar>- ; B. M. 
Britton. Q.C.. Hon. G. A. Kirkpatrick. Q.C.. E. H. Smythe. LL.D.. R. T. 
Walkem, Q.C., James Agnew, Trustees. 

BANKS. 

Bank of British North America (City Hall). — Duncan Robertson, 
Manager; Richard Butt, Accountant ; J. D. Petrie, Teller; P. Gabbett, Clerk; 
R. Stafford, Messenger. 

Federal Bank of Canada (cor. Wellington and Clarence streets). — T. Y. 
Greet, Manager; \V. J. Burns, accountant; R. E. Kent, Teller; James Calder, 
H. de M. Harvey, Fred. Strange, Pen Ridout, T. X. Rogers, Clerks. 

Merchants' Bank of Canada (cor. King and Wellington). — G. E. Hague, 
Manager; A.J. Ferguson, Accountant; W. G. Hinds, Teller; T. E. Merrett, 
Ledger Keeper; L. R. J. Grier, Discount Clerk ; C. H. Goold, Clerk. 

Bank of Montreal (cor. King and Wellington). — R M. Moore, Manager; 
John M. Greata, Accountant; C. L. Benedict, Teller; P. C. R. Wonham, Book- 
keeper; A. R. Moore and G. S. Oliver, Clerks. 



l8 CITY OF KINGSTON. 

RAILWAYS. 

Kingston & Pembroke (Offices, Ontario street) — C. F. Gildersleeve, Presi- 
dent ; John D. Flower, Vice-President ; George Osborne, Secretary-Treasurer ; 

B. W. Folger, Superintendent; J. H.Taylor, Assistant Superintendent ; T. W. 
Walsh, Chief Engineer ; George A. Kirkpatrick, Solicitor. 

Grand Trunk Railway. — Robert Thompson, Freight Agent ; John Trena- 
man, Passenger Agent. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Kingston Hospital. — Governors ^x q^ao : C. Livingston, Mayor of Kingston ; 
D. J. Walker, Warden of Frontenac; C. V. Price, County Judge; William Fer- 
guson, Sheriff of Frontenac. The Eleven Life Governors : Sir John A. Mac- 
donald, Hon. R. J. Cartwright, John Fraser, Dr. O. S. Strange, E. Chown, Wm. 
Ford, Dr. M. Sullivan, B. M. Britton, W. B. Robertson, E. J. B. Pense, John 
Duff. Subscription Governors: Hon. A. Campbell, John Carruthers, D. D. 
Calvin, Ira A. Breck. Officers : O. S. Strange, Chairman of the Board of 
Governors ; Dr. F. Fowler, Dr. A. S. Oliver, Dr. T. R. Dupuis, Dr. K. N. 
Fenwick, officers; J. E. Clark, Secretary; Louis Buttner, Steward. 

Hotel Dieu (Brock street). — Sister Monica Brady. Superioress. Average 
number of patients, 35 ; number received during the last year, 450. 
The Hotel Dieu Female Orphan Asylum is in connection. 

House of Providence (Montreal street). — Sister Mary John, Superioress. 

Protestant Orphans' Home (Union street, opposite Drill Shed). — Andrew 
Miller, Manager; Mrs. E. H. Miller, Matron. 

Kingston Penitentiary. — John Creighton, Warden; William Sullivan, 
Deputy Warden; M. Lavell. M.D., Surgeon; S. W. Scobell, Accountant; Rev. 

C. E. Cartwright, Protestant Chaplain ; Rev. A. P. Twohey, R.C. Chaplain ; 
Mary Leahy, Matron ; Robert R. Creighton, Clerk; P. O'Donnell, Storekeeper; 
fames Weir, Steward. 

Asylum for the Insane. — W. G. Metcalf, Medical Superintendent ; C. K. 
Clark, Assistant Medical Superintendent; Wm. Anglin, Bursar; Allan McLean, 
Steward ; Mary Aitken, Matron. 

STAGE ROUTES. 

Battersea Stage. — William Arthur, proprietor. Leaves Albion Hotel, 
corner of Montreal and Queen streets, Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, and 
Battersea stage, John Holder, proprietor, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 
Windsor Hotel, at 4 p.m. — to Hickey s Corners, distant from Kingston, 7 miles, 
15c. ; to Sunbury, 11 miles, 20c.; to Battersea, 16 miles, 25c. 

Kingston and GANANoguB Stage. — A. B. Carnegie, proprietor. Leaves 
American Hotel every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 4 p.m. in winter 
season. 

Newboro Stage. — West Preston, proprietor. Leaves St. Lawrence Hotel, 
cor. King and Queen, daily, at 7 a.m. ; arrives at 3 p.m. Fare. $1.51). 

Inverary Stage. — J. Stoness. proprietor. Leavt»s Queens Hotel, BnKk 
street, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 4 p.m.— to Glenbuinie, 6 miles. 15c. , 
to Inverary, 11 miles, 25c. ; to Lapum, 16 miles, 50c. 

Sydknham Stage. — I -eaves Queen's Hotel. Brock street, Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days and Saturdays. 



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Napanee Stage. — H. Finkle, proprietor. Leaves the Albion Hotel, daily, 
^* 3-45 pni., summer; 3 p.m., winter. Odessa, 12 miles, 25c.; Napanee, 24 
miles, 50c. 

PicTON Stage. — William Ellsworth, proprietor. Leaves British American 
Hotel during winter season, daily, at 7.30 a.m. — to CoUinsby, 6 miles, 15c. ; to 
Millhaven, 18 miles. 50c. ; to Bath, 20 miles, 50c. ; to Adolphustown, 30 miles, 
Si ; to Stone Mills, 35 miles, Si. 50 ; to Picton, 36 miles, §2. 

Newburgh Stage. — Henry Finkle & Son, proprietors. Leaves Albion 
Hotel, Montreal, cor. Queen, daily, at 4 p.m. — to Cataraqui, 3 miles, loc. ; to 
Westbrook, 5 miles. 15c.; to Odessa, 12 miles, 25c.; to Smith's Corners, 15 
miles, 30c. ; to Brick School House. 19 miles, 40c. ; to Clark's Mills, 22 miles, 
50c. ; to Newburgh. 24 miles, 50c. 




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AX XHBIR FACTORY, 

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Intending Purchasers should can and examine the Pianos, and 
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prices. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



OF THE 



CITY OF KINGSTON 



Abbott George, Gordon. 
Abbott Thomas, painter, 382 Di- 
vision 
Abernethy Arch., manager G. Of- 

ford, 245 Earl 
Abernethy James, laborer, '245 

Earl 
Abernethy Wm., turner, 178 Ord- 
nance 
Abery Edward, laborer, Gordon 
Abraham Edwin, 628 Princess 
Ada William, salesman, York 
Ada Wm., mariner. Clergy 
Adair Mrs Margaret, William 
Adair Robt. A, Clerk P.O., Barrie 
ADAMS EDWARD, (Davidson, 

Doran & Co.,) 162 King 
Adams James, hotel-keeper, 238 

King 
Adams Wm., boots & shoes, 63 

Brock, h 818 Gordon 
Agger Charles, shoemaker, 36 

York 
Agnew Alex., moulder, 807 Earl 
AGNEW JAMES, barrister, city 

solicitor, city hall, h Barrie 
Agnew John, co. school inspector, 

187 Wilham 
Agnew Robert, moulder, 307 Earl 
Ahem John, laborer, 98 Ontario 
Ahern John, laborer, n s John 
Ainslio David J., carpenter, 174 

Barrie 
Albertson John, spinner cotton co 
AlbertHon Mrs Mary, laundress, 

76 Ordnance 
Albertson Mrs Mary J., 123 Mon- 
treal 



I ALBION HOTEL, Patrick Mc- 
I Laughlin, proprietor, cor Mon- 
I treal & Queen 

I Alderdice Hugh, painter. Princess 
i Alexander Mrs Jane, 306 Brock ^ 
' Alexander Julius, brewer, foot 
Wellington 

Alexander Thomas, storeman, 
' King w 

ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, (EPIS- 
COPAL), w s Division, between 
Elm & York 

Allen Mrs Agnes, Clergy 

Allen Miss Ann, Johnson 

Allen Benjamin, carpenter, 29 
Charles 

Allen Charles, laborer, loco, works 

Allen TVIrs Elizabeth, 206 Mon- 
treal 

Allen George, laborer, Wellington 

Allen J. A , 500 King 

Allen J., laborer, 264 Wellmgton 

Allen John, pianomaker, 189 Pine 

Allen Robert W., bill poster, 898 
Montreal 

Allen Theo., mariner, Barrie 

Allen Wilfred, salesman, 183 Cler- 
gy 

Allen Wm., tinsmith, 197 Wel- 
lington 

Allen Wm., boots & shoos, 82 
Brock 

Allen Wm., tinsmith, cor Divi.uon 
i^ Main 

Allinson, Wra., clerk, Albert, cor 
Nelson 

All well George, laborer, 41 Bond- 
head 



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Alsen Alex., driver, Sydenham 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO'Y., 
J. S. Patch, agent, cor King & 
Market Sq 

Amey Miss, dressmaker, 106 Prin- 
cess 

Anchinvole G., laborer, 41 Col- 
borne 

Anderson Charles, laborer, 88 
Bondhead 

Anderson Chas. W.W., clerk, 7 
Sixth 

Anderson Daniel jr., laborer, Syd- 
enham 

Anderson David, laborer, 115 Bay 

Anderson David, laborer, Syden- 
ham 

Anderson James W., Princess 

Anderson John, stovemounter Vic- 
toria Foundry 

Anderson John H., tailor, 22 York 

Anderson Joseph, driver, Wellmg- 
ton 

Anderson Michael, 178 Bagot 

Anderson Thomas, inside porter 
Windsor Hotel 

Anderson Wm., laborer, 37 King w 

ANDREWS G. W., merchant 
tailor, 190 Wellington, h Gar- 
ratt 

Anglin Mrs C, merchandise, 177 
Wellington 

Anglin R. D., clerk customs, 144 
Union 

ANGLIN SAMUEL, (W. B. k S. 
Anglin), 85 Barrack 

Anglin Wm., bursar asylum for 
the insane, 56 Earl 

ANGLIN W. B. (W. B. & S. 
Anglin), "Union 

ANGLIN W. B. & S., sawmg & 
planing mill, Wellington n 

Anglo-American Hotel, cor Onta- 
rio & Johnson 

Angrove John, blacksmith, loco- 
motive works 



Angrove Samuel, patternmaker, 
71 Gore 

Anis Ansel, carpenter, 47 Ord- 
nance 

ANIS W. A., merchant tailor, 86 
Pruicess 

ANTHONY REV. BRO., teacher 
Christian Brothers school 

Appleton John, blacksmith, cor 
York & Division 

Armstrong Mrs Catherine, 260 
Sydenham 

ARMSTRONG D. F., boots & 
shoes, 141 Princess, h 165 Kingw 

Armstrong Frank, photographer, 
260 Sydenham 

Armstrong Mrs L, 304 Brock 

Ai-mstrong Mrs Jane, 213 Earl 

Armstrong John, moulder, 213 
Earl 

Arneil Wm., caretaker, Wellington 

Arneil Samuel, sailor, 20 Young's 
Lane 

Arneil Samuel jr., fitter, 20 
Y^'oung's Lane 

Arneil Thomas, carpenter, 324 
Division 

Arneil Wm., blacksmith, locomo- 
tive works 

Arneil W. J., watchmaker, 337 
Princess 

Arnold John, engineer, 25 King e 

Arnold Mrs Mary, Wellington 

Arratta Michael, mechanic, 83 
Johnsen 

Arthurs James, cabinetmaker, 
Hamilton's Lane 

Ashley C. R., salesman, 173 Syd- 
enham 

Ashley John, caretaker court house 

Ashley Walter, moulder, 173 Syd- 
enham 

Asselstine Henry, carpenter, 302 
Johnson 

Asselstine Isaac, carpenter, 298 
Johnson 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Asselstine Isaac, blacksmith, Earl 
Asselstine John, carpenter, '^•86 

Gordon 
Asselstine John, contractor, 168 

Division 
Asselstine Mrs M., 222 Alfred 
Asselstine Peter, carpenter, 90 

Division 
Asselstine W. H., salesman, 222 

Alfred 
Atkinson Thos., mason, e s Col- 
li ngwood 
Aubin Mrs Mary Jane, 83 Johnson 
Augustus W., sailor, 163 Division 
Austin James, shoemaker, 102 i 

Rideau | 

Austin Seymour, carpenter, Nelson , 
Babcock James, laborer, 124 \ 

Queen 
Babingtou Mrs Mary, Princess 
Bailey Alex., driver Shedden Co. 
BAILEY B. & Co., broom-makers, 

862 Barrie 
BAILEY BENJAMIN, (Bailey 

Bros.,)h 216 Queen 
Bailey E. B., com. traveller, 309 

Queen 
Bailey Mrs Mary, Ontario 
Bailey S., laborer, 105 Colborne 
BAILEY WILLIAM, (Bailey 

Bros.,) h 120 Colborne 
Bailie Bros. (Isaac & H. M.,) 

printers, 190 Wellington, h cor 

William & Barrie 
Bailie Charles, laborer, Chatham 
Bailie Hugh, Rhoemaker, 210 Mon- 
treal 
Bailie Wm., printer, 88 Brock, h 

Barrio 
Baillie Wm. M., book-keeper, 63 

Earl 
Bain Herbert, Brock 
Baird Alex., salesman, 212 Queen 
Baird James H., salesman, 16 

Upper Bagot 
Baird John, fitter, 16 Upper Bagot 



Baird Robert jr., carpenter, 16 
Upper Bagot 

Baird Robert sr., 16 Upper Bagot 

Baird Wm., salesman, 16 Upper 
Bagot 

Bajus Alfred, brewer, 63 Rideau 

Bajus John, cellerman, Wellington 

Bajus Peter, brewer, Wellington 

Bajus Philip sr., shoemaker, 129 
Montreal 

BAJUS PHILIP, prop'r. Kingston 
Brewery, 290 Wellington 

Bajus William, brewer, 57 Rideau 

Baker John, farmer, 269 Division 

Baker John F., clerk A. Gunn & Co 

Baker Mrs Mary, Earl 

Baker Wm., propr. Canteen, R. 
S. G. 

Baldock James G., keeper K. P., 
Centre 

Ball Edward, clerk, 139 Ordnance 

Ballman H., speculator, bds St. 
Lawrence House 

Bamford Alex., book-keeper, Wel- 
Imgton 

BANK BRITISH NORTH AM- 
ERICA, Duncan Robertson, 
manager, city hall 

BANK OF MONTREAL, R. M. 
Moore, manager, cor King & 
William 

Banington J., Ordnance armourer 
B Battery, R.S.G. 

BAPTIST CHURCH, u s John- 
son, bet Wellington & Bagot 

Barber Chas. F., carpenter, 286 
Alfred 

Barber Thomas, carpenter, Arch 

Barchand John, carpenter, John- 
son 

Barclay James, blacksmith, Onta- 
rio 

DARDOMIN REV. BRO., teach- 
er Christian Brothers school 

Barlow William, plasterer, 107 
Barrio 



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Barlow Thomas, engineer, Union 
Barney Benjamin, second-hand 

dealer, 89 Princess 
Barnes Mrs Elizabeth, Deacon 
Barnes Charles, Union ■ 

Barnes , bds St. LawTence j 

House 
Barnes Sandy, blacksmith, Onta- 
rio I 
Barr Robert, telegraph repairer, \ 

34 Clarence 
Barrigan James, laborer, 176 

Clergy 
Barron George, engineer. Union 
Barron W. J., salesman. Union 
Barrow Mrs Mary, 440 King w 
Barry Francis, gardener, Regent 
Barry John, clerk, 204 Bagot 
Barry John, moulder, Loco, works 
Barry P. J., salesman, 204 Bagot 
Barry Robt., coppersmith, 18 Di- 
vision 
Bartley Mrs Mary, Princess 
Bastow Jeremiah, 182 Clergy 
Bastow J. G., plumber, 349 Kmg e 
Bassam Wm. laborer, 93 Alfred 
Bassam Wm, E., shipper, 63 Al- 
fred 
Bates B., Ordnance 
Bates Mrs Elizabeth, 329 King w 
Bates Henry C, clerk, 329 King w 
Bates J. J. (Webster, Bates & Co.,) 

h Princess 
Bates Peter, Princess 
Bates Samuel, carpenter, York 
Bateson Mrs Ann, William 
Bateson Mathew, driver, William 
Bateson Henry, blacksmith, 326 

Division 
Baugh G., corporal B Battery, 

Fort Henry 
BAWDEN JOSEPH (Bawden & 

Machar), h West 
BAWDEN & MACHAR (Joseph 
Bawden, John Maule Machar,) 
barristers, 343 King e 



Baxter Miss Jane, Sydenham 
BAYNE HERBERT A., M.A , 

Ph.D., R. M. C. 
Beal Mrs, boarding, 170 Welling- 
ton 
Beamish Mrs B., North 
Beard Harry, teacher, 290 Queen 
Beard Mrs Margaret, 34 Simcoe 
Beattie Mrs Agnes, Joseph 
Beattie Charles, Bagot 
Beauchamp John, machinist, 15 

Deacon 
Beaupre Edward, mariner, 276 

Wellington 
Beaupre Peter, sailor, 310 Queen 
Beaupre Remi, hotel, Market Sq 
Beauro Peter, carter, Johnson 
Becker Mrs Mary E., 152 Syden- 
ham 
Bedsel John, blacksmith, Victoria 

foundry 
Begg Alex., carter, 97 Queen 
I Begg George, baker, 50 William 
■ Begg James, packer, Queen -' 
; Begg W., salesman, Queen 
: Begg Mrs Mary Ann, Wilham 
Behan John, laborer, 131 Montreal 
Behan John jr., clerk, 131 Mon- 
treal 
Behan John Joseph, salesman, cor 

Patrick & George 
i Belanger Henry, painter, 264 Syd- 
enham 
Belauger Hihare, painter, 264 Syd- 
enham 
Bell Mrs Annie, Princess 
BELL REV. GEORGE, LL.D., 

Registrar Queen's College 
Bell John, baker, 25 Ellice 
Bell Joseph, tinsmith, x\rch 
Bell Robert, sergeant-major pohce, 

176 Gordon 
Bell, W. P., photographer, cor 
Princess & Montreal, h 235 Col- 
borne 
Belton Mrs Mary, Johnson 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Bendle John, moulder, Johnson 
Benedict C. L., teller Bank of 

Moni real 
Bennett Alex., baker, cor Princess 

& Barrie 
Bennett Mr& Caroline, 78 York 
Bennett George, carter, e s Nel- 
son 
Bennett James, laborer, 158 York 
Bennett James, shoemaker. Elm 
Bennett John, laborer, Bondhead 
Bennett Thomas, laborer, Wel- 
lington 
Bennett Wm., machinist, 842 Di- 
vision 
Bennett Wm., carter, e s Nelson 
Benson Mrs Mary Jane, 89 Bar- 
rack 
Benton Edward, laborer. Locomo- 
tive works 
Bermingham Cornelius, (J. Harty 
& Co.,) h cor Sydenham & Col- 
borne 
Bermingham James, clerk, John- 
son 
Berry Herman, hotel, King w 
Berry Fred., laborer, Kingston 

foundry 
Bertolini Fenix, sausage maker. 

Brock, h 88 Wellington 
BIi^THEL CHURCH, (Congrega- 
tional), n s Johnson, bet Divi- 
sion and Gordon 
Bovan Mrs Catherine, Union 
Bews James, mason, cor Durham 

& Park 
Bibby Herbert, salesman, 209 

Brock 
Bibby Fred., mariner, 20 Place 

d'Arracs 
Bibby Fred. A., livery, 209 Brock 
Biddlo Charles, teamster, 429 Di- 
vision 
Biglow Mrs Mary, 147 Colborno 
Jiillman T., sergeant B Battery, 
R. S. G. 



Bindle John, patternmaker, King- 
ston foundry 
Birch Enoch, laborer, Patrick 
Birch George, carpenter, Gordon 
Birch John, laborer, s s Charles 
BIRCH SAMUEL (McKelvey & 

Birch), h 136 Bagot 
Bird Bernard, steward, 63 John 
Bird Langley, laborer, 59 Ontario 
Birkett John, book-keeper, Mait- 

land 
Birtles Henry, engineer, 411 King 
Bissell T., mariner, bds St. Law- 
rence hotel 
BISONETTE, G. H., (Bowes & 
Bisonette,) h cor Arch & Dea- 
con 
Bisonette Mrs Lucy, Sydenham 
Black James, carpenter, 141 Al- 
fred 
Black John, mariner, 56 Magdalen 
Blake Mrs Ellen, 25 Ontario 
Blake Geo. C, bricklayer, Ann 
Blakey Alfred, butcher, Wilhams- 

ville 
BLAND REV. H. F., pastor 
Queen Street Methodist Church, 
Colborne 
Bloomsley James, forger, Locomo. 

works 
Boakes James W., brakeman,Bay 
Bohannan W. G., plater, Ord- 
nance 
Bolton Richard, laborer, Johnson 
Boon John, teamster, Chatham 
Bone John, laborer, Victoria foun- 
dry 
Bonny George, blacksmith, Alfred 
Booth E. A., mariner, 7 Colborne 
liooth F. G., gardener, Victoria 
Booth George, machinist, Locomo. 

works 
P>()()th Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 7 

(y()l borne 
Bosley G., corporal B Battery, 
woat ditch tower 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



25 



BOSTON HAT STORE, George 
Mills & Co., proprietors, 206 
Wellington 

Boswell P., stove mounter, Vic- 
toria foundry 

Bower Wm., stove mounter, Vic- 
toria foundry 

Bourdo Batiste, laborer, 813 Mon- 
treal 

BOUSFIELD REV. THOMAS, 
rector All Saints' Church, 322 
Brock 

Bourne John C, pedlar, 51 Bala- 
clava 

Bowen Mrs Mary, 421 King 

Bower John, Barrie 

BOWES & BISONETTE, (R. 
James Bowes, G. H. Bisonette), 
dry goods, 204 Princess 

BOWES R. JAMES, (Bowes & 
Bisonette), h 251 Division 

Bowes Timothy, shoemaker, 234 
Ontario 

Bowie James, machinist, Locomo. 
works 

Boyd James, baker, 289 Princess 

Boyd John, mariner, 357 Brock 

Boyd Richard, hackman, 157 
Montreal 

Boyd Thomas, butcher, 65 Plum 

Boyd Wilham, farmer, 65 Queen 

BOYDEN EDWARD, (Richmond 
& Boyden), h 3 Vaugh Terrace 

Boyle Mrs Bridget, 42 York 

Brabant John, barkeeper, 176 
Welhngton 

Braddon John, mariner, Ontario 

Bradford John, spinner. Hosiery 
Co 

Bradley Patrick, watchman, 95 
Earl 

Brady James P., timekeeper, Loco, 
works 

Brady John, laborer, 60 North 

Brady John, Park 

Brady John, laborer, 80 Rideau 



Brady Mrs Margaret, 120 Bay 
BRADY SISTER MONICA, Su- 

perioress Hotel Dieu, 227 Brock 
BRAME HENRY, cabinet maker 

and undertaker, 251 Princess 
Bramley Ralph, laborer, Locomo. 

works 
Branch Joseph, blacksmith, Loco. 

works 
Brand George, cabinetmaker, 216 

Queen 
Brand George jr., cabinetmaker, 

216 Queen 
Brand Henry, plumber, 216 Queen 
Braniff, Hugh, laborer, 267 Earl 
Branagan John, grocer, 224 Mon- 
treal 
Branigan Mrs E., fancy goods, 

360 Princess 
Branigan Dennis, salesman, 360 

Princess 
Breck Ira A., 315 Union 
Breck Luther, 158 Earl 
Breden John, 102 Beverly 
Breedon H. M., William 
Brennan Michael, constable, 27 

Division 
Brennan M., clerk, Union 
Brewster William, carter, 2 North 
Brick James, salesman. Ordnance 
Brickwood James H., saloon, 176 

Wellington 
Brickwood Philip, 247 Victoria 
BRIGGS THOS., manager Fron- 

tenac Loan and Investment So- 
ciety, 169 King w 
BRITISHUMERICAN HOTEL, 

Arch. McFaul, propr., cor King 

& Clarence 
BRITTON B. M., (Britton & 

Whiting,) h 3 Sydenham 
Britton E^ H., law student, 8 

Sydenham 
BRITTON & WHITING, (B. M. 

Britton, Q.C., John L. Whiting, 

B.A.,) barristers, 69 Clarence 



26 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



BROCK PRE SBYTERIAN 
CHURCH, Brock, bet Montreal 
& Sydenham 

Brokenshire Mrs E, Ontario 

Brokenshire John, pump manu- : 
factory, 74 Ontario, h IGO King e 

Brokenshire John jr.. pump-mak- 1 
er, 160 King e | 

Brooks Albert, fitter, Alfred 

Brooks Thomas, carpenter, 61 
Collingwood 

Brooks William, tinsmith, 273 
Brock 

Brophy Mrs Margaret, 59 Wel- 
lington 

Brophy Wm., salesman, Earl 

Brouse Harry, driver, Locomotive 
works 

Brown Andrew, book-keeper. 
Clergy 

Brown Charles, laborer, Johnson 

Brown David, moulder. King 

BROWN GEORGE, (J. W.Brown 
Co.,) 352 Princess 

Brown H., restaurant, city ball 

Brown James, Stuart 

Brown John, laborer, 89 King w 

BROWN J. W., (J. W. Brown & 
Co.,) h 324 Barrie 

BROWN J. W. & Co., (J. W., 
Geo., and S. G.,) carriage man- 
ufacturers, 308 13arrie 

BROWN S. G., (J. W. Brown & 
Co.,) h 852 Princess 

Brown Wm., helper, res Ports- 
mouth 

BROWNE JAS., (James Browne 
& Co.,) h 138 Gordon 

BROWNE JAS. & Co., wholesale 
grocers and wine merchants, 
Ontario 

BROWNE PATRICK, (James 
Browne & Co.,) h 138 Gordon 

Brownloy Henry, macL'inist, Ord- 
nance 

Browiiloy Mrs Henry, Bagot 



Brownley Thomas, fitter, 142 Ord- 
nance 
Brownlow Wm., machinist. Ord- 
nance 
Bruyiere John, millwright. Bond- 
head 
Bryant Francis, blacksmith, King- 
ston foundry 
Bryant Fred., moulder. Victoria 

foundry 
Bryant Fred., mason, Adelaide 
Bryant George, blacksmith. Sixth 
Bryant John, stone dealer. Divi- 
sion 
Bryant E., moulder, 265 Division 
Bryant Robert, carpenter, 278 

Queen 
Bryant Wm., painter, hd Division 
Bryden George, clerk, bds Wag- 
goner House 
j Bryson James, keeper K. P., 210 

Gordon 
Burke Anthony, laborer, Locomo- 
1 tive works 

Burk Mrs Jane, 389 Ontario 
I Burk Richard, engineer, fire hall 
Burk Steven, laborer, 67 Bay 
Burk Mrs Sarah, 58 Rideau 
Burke Thomas, carpenter, 48 

Place d'Armes 
Burns Mrs Ellen, 295 Johnson 
Burns Henry, engineer, Elm 
Burns Michael, laborer, Wade's 

Lane 
Burns John, laborer, 217 Barrack 
Burns John, carpenter, 42 John 
Burns Patrick, watchman, 298 

Montreal 
Burns Patrick, baker, 41 Ordnance 
Burns R. E., salesman, 282 John- 
son 
Burns Robert, laborer, Bagot 
Burns Robert, carpenter, car works 
l>urns Simon, Earl 
I>u^'gce John, hotel. Market Sq 
Bulger James, laborer, 9G Ontario 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



27 



Bulger Patrick, laborer, Kingston 
fouudry 

Bull Geo., blacksmith, Loco, works 

Bulcli John, mariner, bds St. 
Lawrence Hotel 

Buncker James, blacksmith, Wil- 
Uam 

Bunt John, blacksmith, 231 Wel- 
Hngton 

Bunt Richard, blacksmith, 281 
Wellington 

Bunt Richard jr., foreman black- 
smith, Montreal 

Bunt Wm., blacksmith. Arch 

Burgess James, carpenter, 129 
Colborne 

Burgess John, carpenter, 292 Vic- 
toria 

Burnhart George, painter, bds St. 
Lawrence Hotel 

Burns Robt. J., carpenter, s s John 

Burns Robt. T., clerk money order 
dept. P.O., 232 Johnson 

Burns W. J., accountant Federal 
Bank 

Burns W. J., salesman, John 

Burrows, Wm., collector canal 
office and inspector of gas, 
Clarence, h 162 Earl 

BURTON J. V. B., foreman Vic- 
toria foundry, 57 Queen 

Bush Mrs Sarah, cor James and 
Cherry 

Bushell John, mariner, 374 King e 

Bushell Philip, laborer, 79 Elm 

Bushey D. M., carpenter, York 

Bushey Francis, carpenter, 487 
Alfred 

Bushey Robert, carpenter, 400 
Division 

Bushfield John, blacksmith, John- 
son 

Busker, Frank, bds St. Lawrence 
Hotel 

Busso Mrs Agnes, 76 York 

Busso Wm., salesman, 76 York 



Butt Richard, accountant bank B. 
N. A., Earl 

BUTTNER LOUIS,steward King- 
ston Hospital 

Byers David, 233 Earl 

Byrns John, Sydenham 

Cagie Napoleon, upholsterer, bds 
Queen's Hotel 

Caldback James, teamster, Col- 
borne 

Caldback James, carder, cor 
Second and Alfred 

Caldback John H., salesman, bds 
Colborne 

Calder James, clerk, Federal 
Bank 

CALDWELL & SON, lumber 
merchants, cor Ontario & Place 
de Armes 

Callaghan Daniel, accountant, 168 
Sydenham 

Callaghan David, salesman, 46 
Colborne 

Callaghan James, cabinet maker, 
46 Colborne 

Callaghan James, carpenter, 
Johnson 

Callaghan James, jr., tuner, 
Johnson 

Callaghan Thomas, engineer, 
Sydenham 

Callaghan William, finisher, 
Johnson 

Calvert William, bar tender, New 
Burnett House 

Cambridge Hervey, laborer, Wel- 
lington 

Cambridge Thomas, laborer, Wel- 
lington 

Cameron Mrs. Marion, Maitland 

Cameron Sam., mariner, Victoria 

Cameron William, carpenter, 147 
Pine 

Campbell Alexr., grocer, Montreal 

Campbell Daniel, driver Shedden 
Company, Bagot 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Campbell Geo. S., outside porter 
Windsor Hotel 

Campbell James, wood dealer, 
foot Brock 

Campbell James, mason, 158 Pine 

Campbell John, carpenter, 481 
Albert 

Campbell John, book-keeper, 
Ontario 

Campbell John, King w 

Campbell John, moulder. Loco- 
motive Works 

Campbell Matthew, policeman, 49 
Beverley. 

Campbell Michael, grinder, Mon- 
treal 

Campbell Peter, laborer, 87 Barrie 

Campbell R & M., grocers, 294 
Princess 

Campbell Robert, carter, Gordon 

Campbell Miss Sarah, 206 William 

Campbell Themas, carpenter. 
Princess 

Campbell William, plasterer. Pine 

Campion C, salesman. Princess 

Campion Richard, painter. Loco- 
motive Works 

Campion Wm., laborer, Earl 

CANADIAN EXPRESS CO., J. 
S. Patch, agent , cor. King & 
Market Square 

CANADIAN LOCOMOTIVE & 
ENGINE CO., (limited), Wm. 
Harty, managing director ; H. 
Tandy, superintendent ; Jos. W. i 
Pyke, secretary ; G. A Newman, 
asst. secretary, Ontario 

Canal Office, Wm. Burrows, col- 
lector, Clarence 

Canfield, W. A., manager King- 
Hosiery Co., Arch 

Cannem Henry, laborer, 422 
Division 

Cannon Goo., clerk, 188 Division 

Cannon G F., salesman, 183 Di- 
vision 



[ Cannon William, merchant tailor, 

278 Princess 
Cannon Wm., clerk, 273 Princess 
Capes Duncan, drover. Princess 
Carey John, moulder, 307 Brock 
Carey Joseph, pensioner, William 
CAREY REV. W. B., M.A., rec- 
tor St. Paul's Church, 213 Queen 
CAREY & SON (Wm. & Thomas) 
music dealers, 159 Princess, h 
Rideau [see advt. inside front) 
Card Mrs. Harriet, Princess 
Carlton Mrs. Julia, King 
Carlton Wm., moulder, Kingston 

Foundry 
Carmichael W. D., com. traveller, 

Wellington 
Carnegie Wm., trader, Johnson 
Carnovsky B. H., piano maker, 

630 Princess 
Carnovsky Robert, 630 Princess 
Carnovsky T., baker, 630 Princess 
Carr Alexr., machinist, Rideau 
Carr James, machinist, Rideau 
Carron George, mariner, Gore 
Carroll Mrs. Ann, Earl 
Carroll Mrs. C, 81 Ontario 
Carroll James, moulder, Kingston 

Foundry 
Carroll John, blacksmith. Loco- 
motive Works 
Carroll Patrick. 294 Ontarro 
Carroll Patrick, engineer, Barrie 
Carroll Robert, Davidson, Doran 

& Co., h 10 Stuart 
Carroll Timothy, tailor, Rideau 
Carroll William, laborer. Brock 
CARRUTHERS BROS. (J. B. & 
W. C.) financial agents, 44 
Clarence 
CARRUTHERS J. B. (Carruthors 

Bros.) h West 
Carruthors George, grocer, 252 

Princess 
Carruthors John, cor. Sydenham 
AEarl 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



29 



CARRUTHERS W.C. (Carruthers 

Bros.) h 89 Sydenham 
Carruthers Wm., 259 Princess 
Carscallen T. B., grocer, cor. 

Princess & Barrie 
Carson & Co. (W. H. & John), 

grocers, 822 Princess 
Carson Charles, fitter, cor. King & 

Barrack 
Carson Robert, wholesale grocer, 

830 Princess, h Brock 
Carson Robert, police sergeant, 

220 Gordon 
Carson Mrs. S., 103 Wellington 
Carson Wm., messenger, Kingston 

Hospital 
Carter Daniel, laborer, Locomo- 
tive Works 
Carter Robert, 110 Bagot 
Carter Thos., grocer, 647 Princess 
Carter T. C, printer, 647 Princess 
Cartmill Nathaniel, machinist, 203 

Alfred 
Cart Wright Hon. Sir Richard, 13 

King w 
Cartwright R. C, medical student, 

13 King w 
Casey Mrs. Ellen, Bagot 
Cassidy Donald, mariner, bds St. 

Lawrence House 
Cassidy John, carver, n s John 
Cassidy Mrs. Margaret, Wel- 
lington 
Cassidy Mrs. Nancy, 153 Alfred 
Cassidy Mrs. Sarah, 51 John 
Cassidy Wilham, farmer, bds St. 

Lawrence House 
Cassidy William H., carpenter, 

153 Alfred 
Castle Jno., woodworker. Princess 
Castle Joseph, laborer. Locomotive 

Works 
Caswell John, carriage maker. 

Princess 
Caswell Thos. A., carriage maker. 

Princess 



Cathala A., laborer, Kingston 

Foundry 
Cathala August, watchman new 

Burnett House 
CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC 

CHURCH, 287 Queen 
Caulfield, Thomas, mariner, 206 

Bagot 
Cavanagh Henry, painter. Car 

Works 
Caverly Nathaniel, blacksmith, 

York 
Chadwick Allan, shipper. Court 

House 
Chadwick Harvey, carter, bds 273 

Princess 
Chadwick Wm. M. (Greenwood & 

Chadwick), h 841 Barrie 
Chalkey Robert, moulder, 88 York 
Chalkley Robert, laborer, 253 

Division 
CHALMERS' CHURCH (Pres- 
byterian) Earl, bet Bagot and 

Sydenham 
Chamberliu Benjamin, carpenter, 

244 Colborne 
Chambers Rev. Thomas, 20 

William 
Chambers Wm., student-at-taw, 

202 William 
Chance Ellis, 159 Brock 
Chance W. H., barber, Wellington 
Chapman Elisha, laborer, 266 

Sydenham 
Chapman H. E., laborer, Chatham 
Chapman Sydney, contractor, 59 

Colborne 
Chapman W. J., carpenter, 124 

Colborne 
Charles Edwin, carpenter, Gore 
Charles J. A., book-keeper, 192 

Sydenham 
Charlton Robert, foreman Loco- 
motive Works, 161 Bagot 
Chatterton Edward (Chatterton & 

McLeod) h 281 Princess 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Chatterton & McLeod, carpenters, 
277 Princess 

Chestnut James, 238 Victoria 

Chesley James, gardener, King- 
ston Hospital I 

Childs Henry, superintendent \ 
Kingston Car Works 

Choran D., blacksmith, Car Works 

Chown A. F., clerk, 252 Bagot 

Chown Albert P., druggist, 124 
Princess, h 46 Brock 

CHOWN ARTHUR, hardware, 
252 Bagot, h 297 Queen 

CHOWN & CUNNINGHAM (Ed- 
win Chown, Henry Cunningham 
and Chas. D. Chown, founders) 
248 Bagot, foundry cor. King & 
Queen 

CHOWN CHAS. D., (Chown & 
Cunningham), h William 

CHOWN EDWIN (Chown & 
Cunningham), 185 Brock 

Chown Oliver, clerk, Bagot 

Chown Robert, moulder, Johnson 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' 
School (Rev. Bro. Halward, di- 
rector) 89 Clergy 

Chrisley Edward, hostler, 77 
Colborne 

Chrisley William, porter, 833 
Princess 

Christmas Henry, butcher, res 
WiUiamsville 

Christmas Thos. J., laborer. King 

Christmas Wm., mariner. King 
nr Queen 

CHRONICLE &NEWS (weekly), 
Lewis W. Shannon, prop., 67 
Princess 

Chrystor Robert, book-binder, 
Bagot 

Cicolari Alexr., 113 Wellington 

CITY HOTEL (Arch. McFaul, 
prop.,) 129 Princess 

Clancy Frank, clerk, 113 Ontario 

Clancy Thos., laborer, 1 13 Ontario 



Clancy Miss Jane, Brock 
Clancy Michael, laborer, 133 Bagot 
Clapbam Wm., laborer. King 
Clark Alfred J., tel. operator. Park 
Clark Charles H., eating house, 

Bagot 
Clark Edmund, boiler maker, 

Second 
Clark Edmund, jr., driller. Loco- 
motive Works 
Clark Edward, accountant, 48 

Clergy 
Clark Fred., machinist, 54 Bay 
Clark H. C, salesman, 48 Clergy 
Clark James, currier. Tannery 
Clark J. E., book-keeper, 48 Clergy 
Clark J. H., dentist, 190 Wel- 
lington 
Clark Joseph, machinist. Arch 
Clark Mrs. Mary, laundress, 148 

Division 
Clark Mrs. Mary Ann, 17 Bond- 
head 
Clark Pat., butcher, 847 Princess 
Clark P. B., com. traveller, 136 

Queen 
Clark Peter, laborer, 474 Montreal 
Clark Robert, mason, 19 Agnew's 

Lane 
Clark Thomas, clerk, 36 Queen 
Clark Wm., moulder, cor. First & 

Alfred 
Clark William, laborer, 255 

Johnson 
Clark William J., laborer. Park 
Claxton Matthew, tin^ftnith, 27 

Charles 
Clay Henry, baker, Barrack 
Clayton Daniel, carpenter, 69 

Ontario 
Clayton Martin, carpenter, 187 

Bagot 
Cleary Mrs. Catharine, Park 
CLEARY VERY REV. JAMES 
VINCENT, Bishop of Kingston, 
the Palace, 225 Johnson 



CITY OF KINGSTON 



31 



Cleary Owen, book-keeper, 272 

Sydenham 
CLEMENTS LEONARD, L.D.S., 
dentist, 140 Wellington {see 
ccird) 
Clenington Thomas, laborer, Lo- 
comotive Works 
Clerihew Geo., book-keeper, Earl 
CUff John, broker, 132 Clarence 
Cliff Mrs. Mary, 182 Clarence 
Clifford George, laborer, 131 Col- 

borne 
Clint P., grocer, foot Johnson 
Clock Enis, laborer, Colborne 
Close William, boiler maker, 268 

Queen 
Close WiUiam, moulder. Locomo- 
tive Works 
Cloud John, machinist, bds 103 

Brock 
Clugston Robert, mason, Brock 
Cockade Mrs., Main 
Cockburn Jas., cabman, 148 Pine 
Cockburn John, steam fitter, 275 

Ontario 
Cockburn Wm., blacksmith, 277 

Ontario 
Cochrane Edward, piano maker, 

Ontario 
Cochrane Mrs. Chi'istina, Johnson 
Cochrane James, mariner, Gordon 
COCHRANE LIEUT. JOHN 

BRAY, CM., R.M. College 
Cochrane William, laborer, Barrie 
Cochrane William, tanner, 41 

Barrack 
C.O.D. STORE, hats, caps, gents' 

furnishings, 206 Princess 
Coffey, Fred., laborer, Eing w 
Coffey Thomas, caretaker, Bagot 
Coffey William, maltster, 57 

Herchmer 
Coggan Albert, carpenter, Rideau 
Coggan Jesse, carpenter, James 
Coleman Dennis, pensioner, Vic- 
toria 



Colfer Miss Ann, 179 Clarence 
Collins Mrs. Caroline, 337 Princess 
Collins Dewitt, fireman, Rideau 
Collins John, letter carrier, 6 

George w 
Collins Mrs. Margaret, Sydenham 
Collins Pat., carter, 192 Barrack 
Collins Thomas, laborer, 438 Di- 
vision 
Comeo Joseph, mariner, Ontario 
Compord Thos., laborer. Locomo- 
tive Works 
Conlan Mrs. Ann, William 
Conlan John, tailor, William 
Conley Henry, clerk, Barrie 
Conley Patrick, storeman, York 
Conley Thomas, merchant tailor, 

86 Brock, h 45 Gore 
Conley William, stone cutter, 868 

Division 
Connelly Patrick, mariner, 163 

York 
Connelly John, mariner, 168 York 
Connelly Patrick, laborer, 163 

York 
Connolly James, laborer. Bond- 
head nr Bay 
Connolly John, blacksmith. Loco- 
motive Works 
Connor James, piano maker, 354 

Brock 
Connors Wm., machinist. Loco- 
motive Works 
Conroy Michael, grocer, Market 

Square, h 27 EUice 
Conroy Patrick, 27 EUice 
CONVENT OF THE CONGRE- 
GATION OF NOTRE DAME, 
208 Bagot 
Conway Frank, freight and pas- 
j senger agent K. & P. RR., bds 

new Burnett House 
Conway James, storeman, 91 Wel- 
lington 
COOK REV. CHARLES, Baptist, 
93 Johnson 



32 CITY OF KINGSTON. 



JAMES REID, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



TINWAftE.MILKCAMSL&C. 



SPECIAL at: obbing. 



Office ar i Streets, 



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Street. 



For Genuine Goods, First Class Fit, Superior Workman- 
ship, combined with Moderate Prices, we excel over all com- 
petitors in this city. 

T. C. TILLINCIIASI THE TAILOR, 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



33 



Coombs William, turner, Loco- 
motive Works 
Cooii Edward, contractor, 95 

Queen 
Cooney Patrick, pensioner, 846 

Johnson 
Cooper Mrs. C, Young's Lane 
Cooper Clias., switchman, Park 
Cooper Ebenezer, clerk, Princess 
Cooper J. G., accountant, 298 

Gordon 
Cooper Joseph, laborer, bds St. 

Lawrence Hotel 
Cooper Thomas, gardener, Earl 
Cope Fred., laborer, Sydenham 
Copeland Wm., 198 Sydenham 
Copley James, carder, Charles 
Corbett C. F., clerk G. T. R., 

Barrie 

Corbett C. H., gaoler. Court House 

CORBETT JOHN, hardware, cor. 

Princess and Wellington, h 123 

George 

Corbett William, tinsmith, 413 

Princess 
Cormack John, janitor Queen's 

College 
Cornford Thos., laborer, 24 Elm 
Cornelius Mrs. E., boarding, 47 

Princess 
Cornelius John, sailor, 47 Princess 
Corrigan Daniel, trader, 58 Bond- 
head 
Corrigan John, laborer. 111 On- 
tario 
Corrigan M. P., salesman, 99 

Bondhead 
Corrigan Patrick, laborer, 99 

Bondhead 
Corrigan Richard, carriage maker, 

271 Division 
Corrigan Thomas, laborer, 106 

Ontario 
Corrigan William, mariner. West 
Cosby Charles S., shoemaker, 113 
Brock 



Costello Alex., moulder. North 
Costello Mrs M., 21 Barrack 
Costello Samuel, laborer, North 
Costello Samuel, moulder. Loco- 
motive Works 
Cotters John, laborer. Car Works 
Couper Daniel, salesman, res 

Williamsville 
Couper Ebenezer, salesman, bds 

772 Princess 
Couper John, carpenter, cor Chat- 
ham and Second 
Coughlin James, driver Shedden 

Co 
I Coushart David, fitter, William 
I COUSINEAU F. X. & CO., dry 
j goods, 80 Princess 
COVERDALE WILLIAM, city 
j engineer, 321 King w 
Coward Mrs. E. J., Brock 
Coward John, moulder. Princess 
Coward Mark, salesman. Brock 
Coward Wm., baker, 20 Beverly 
Cowie Thomas, mason, 23 John 
Cowley William, carpenter, Loco- 
motive Works 
Cowmen Richard, carder, 298 

Montreal 
Cox John, laborer. Park 
Coxworthy Mrs. M., 475 Princess 
Coy Miss Sarah, 101 Queen 
Coyle James, printer, Alma 
Coyles James, salesman, 25 Bala- 
clava 
Coyle James, sr., laborer, 25 

Balaclava 
Coyne Louis, second hand dealer, 

45 Princess 
Craig Adam, laborer. Locomotive 

Works 
Craig Andrew, King 
Craig Arthur W., Alfred 
Craig James, 437 King w 
Craig James, finisher, Alfred 
Craig James, coppersmith, Loco- 
motive Works 



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Craig James A., boiler maker, 

Barrack 
Craig Robert, weaver, 29 King w 
Craig Thomas, gardener. Regent 
CRAIG WM. G. (A. Gunn & Co.) 

h 57 West 
Craig Mrs. Mary G., Arch 
Crawford George, Princess 
Crawford David, gardener, 288 

Earl 
Crawford James, grocer, 182 Prin- 
cess, h 124 Division 
Crawford J. J., cutter, Wellington 
Crawford Jolm, gardener, 26 

Hamilton's Lane 
Crawford John, machinist, King 
Crawford Mrs. Mary, Union 
Crawford ^Robert, coal dealer, foot 

Queen, h 98 Clergy 
Crawford Robert, painter. Earl 
Crawford William, carpenter, 108 

Barrack 
Cridiford John, barber, cor King 

and Clarence 
CREDIT VALLEY RR., V. G. 

Hooper, agent, 42 Clarence 
Creeggan Geo., Main, cor Pickard 
Creoggan J. G., clerk. Division 
Creeggan John, clerk, cor Main 

and Pickard 
Creelan Edward, blacksmith, Lo- 
comotive Works 
Creeley Alphonse, cooper, (P. 

Bajus) 
Creighton George, printer, George 
Crillin Edw., boiler maker, James 
Crillin Wm., laborer, Hamilton's 

Lane 
Crook James R., mariner, Alfred 
Crothers Hutchinson (H. & W. J. 

Crothers), Queen 
Crothers II. A W. J. (Hutchinson 

and William John), bakers and 

confectioners, 207 Wellington 
Crothers WiUiam J. (H. & W. J. 

Crothers), Ridcau 



Crowe Henry, laborer, 129 Alfred 
Crowe Henry, jr., laborer, 129 

Alfred 
Crowley Chas., hotel. Market Sq 
I Crowley Charles W., tobacconist, 

41 Princess 
Crowley James, machinist, Car 

Works 
Crowley John, grocer, Rideau 
Crowley Peter, laborer. Centre 
Crowter William, painter, 115 

Ordnance 
Crozier David, i^iano maker, bds 

Waggoner House 
Crozier James, printer, bds cor 

Brock and Bagot 
Crozier Robert, pressman, bds 

Waggoner House 
Curley John, sailor, 69 Bay 
CRUMLEY EDWARD (Spence 

& Crumley), h 48 Union 
j Crumley Henry, salesman, 48 
I Union 

Crumley Hugh, carpenter, 48 
I Union 

I Crumley John, laborer, 49 Main 
Cruse Thomas, 322 Gordon 
I Cruse William H., shoemaker, 60 
' Elm 
Crysler C. B., inspector weights 

and measures, Clarence, h 69 

Union 
Crystle William, porter City Hotel 
Cuddiford Edward J., stonecutter, 

G82 Montreal 
Cudmore Daniel, 59 William 
Cudmore Jno., laborer, 59 William 
CuUen Patrick, laborer, Park 
CuUen Patrick, sr., laborer, cor 

John and Thomas 
Cullen William, oiler, George 
Cullen Win., laborer, n s Charles 
Cumniings Michael, laborer, 874 

Brock 
Cunningham Mis.i Agues, 21 

King w 



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35 



Cunningham David, cabman, 180 

Bagot 
Cunningham David, jr., printer, 

180 Bagot 
Cunningham David, builder, A.rcii 
CUNNINGHAM HENRY (Chowu 

& Ciniuingham), h 169 Earl 
Cunningham Mrs. Jane, Barrie 
CUNNINGHAM JOHN, dealer in 

sewing machines, 848 King e 
Cunningham John, salesman, 348 

King 
Cunningham John, laborer. Car 

Works 
Cunningham Robert, 216 Division 
Cunningham Samuel, carpenter, 

18 Deacon 
Cunningham Thos., clerk, Bagot 
Cunningham William, 118 Barrie 
Cunningham William, blacksmith. 

Young's Lane 
Curley Mrs. Mary, u s John 
Curragh James, finisher, Kingston 

Foundry 
Curran Robt., boiler maker. King w 
Curtis C.L.,M.D., 136 Wellington 
Curtis Mrs. Lucy, 223 Welhngton 
Curtis Patrick, boots and shoes, 

109 Brock 
Cushion Thos., laborer, 28 Alma 
CUSTOM HOUSE, cor King and 

Clarence 
Dacey Martin and John, shoe- 
makers, Ontario 
Dacey Martin, shoemaker, 191 

Ontario 
DAILY & WEEKLY BRITISH 

WHIG (E. J. B. Pense, prop.,) 

336 and 440 King e 
DAILY NEWS (Lewis W. Shan- 
non, prop.,) 67 Princess 
Daley James, printer, 16 Place de 

Armes 
Daley James, agent. Division 
Daley John, sailor, 16 Place de 

Armes 



Daley Joseph, stone cutter, 94 Bay 
Daley Mrs., 16 Place de Armes 
Daley Patrick, stone cutter, bds 

St. Lawrence Hotel 
Daley Pat., printer, 121 Ordnance 
Daley Thomas, grocer, 16 Place 

de Armes 
Daley William, grocer. Princess 
DALTON W. B. (J. Mucklestou 

& Co.,) h 136 Johnson 
Darragh John, clerk, 194 Alfred 
Darragh Geo., carpenter, Montreal 
Daunt Joseph (Kelly, McKay & 

Daunt), h Gordon 
Davey George, carpenter, Beverly 
Davey John, carpenter, Sydenham 
Davey Stuart, carpenter, Johnson 
David M., broker, 265 Princess 
David Sam., laborer, 82 Colborne 
David Wm., broker, 241 Princess 
DAVIDSON, DORAN & CO., 

proprietors Kingston Foundry, 

37 Ontario 
DAVIDSON GEORGE (David- 
j son, Doran & Co.,) h 32 Ontario 
I Davidson John, laborer, 30 York 
I Davidson John, jr., butcher, 30 

York 
Davidson Mrs. Mary A., Barrie 
Davidson Thomas, keeper K.P., 

49 Pembroke 
Davison John W., carpenter, 

Princess 
Davis Mrs. Ellen, 143 Ordnance 
Davis Francis, carpenter. Car 

Works 
Davis George, laborer, Kingston 

Foundry 
Davis James, shoemaker, 100 

Barrack 
Davis James, boots and shoes, 269 

Princess 
Davis James, engineer, 42 Wel- 
lington 
Davis John, carpenter. Locomo- 
tive Works 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Davis R. F. (Sheldon & Davis), h 

32 King e 
Davis Richard, hxborer, Locomo- 
tive Works 
Davis Robt., ship builder, Ontario 
Da\ns Steward, carpenter, Loco- 
motive Works 
Da\is Wm., carpenter, Car Works 
Davin Wm., laborer. Loco. Works 
Dawson A., maltster, King w 
Dawson Alex. A., clerk, Second 
Dawson A. A., druggist, 243 Col- 
borne 
Dawson Eaton, spinner, Cotton Co 
Dawson Edward, finisher, 279 

Division 
Dawson Francis, laborer, 282 

Montreal 
DAYFORSHAW, R.C.A., R.M. 

Coll., 179 Division 
Day Mrs. Harriet, 161 Park 
Deary Patrick, stove mounter, 

Victoria Foundry 
Dechron Adolphus, blacksmith, 

James 
Deeks Wilham A., blacksmith, 205 

Brock 
Deeks W. W., salesman, bds 205 

Brock 
Deel Cliarles, plumber, 141 

Wellington 
Dehaney Francis, teamster, 25 

Ontario 
Dehaney Wm., pensioner, Bagot 
DeLacey Miss Nellie, dressmaker, 

314 Princess 
Delaney Mrs. E., dry goods, 288 

Princess 
Delaney Pat., machinist, Thomas 
Dolanoy William, carpenter, Car 

Works 
Delaney Wm., machinist. Barrio 
Dcmphy James, packer, 96 York 
Dempsoy Miss Mary, Johnson 
Donipsey Samuel, proccr, 206 
PrincosH 



j Denn Wm., caretaker, Sydenham 
Deunce Averisto, butcher, Mon- 

'treal 
Dennis Mrs. Frances, grocer, cor 

Princess and Clergy 
Dennismore John, laborer, John 
Dennison Jas., laborer, 367 Brock 
i Dennison James, jr., boat builder, 

367 Brock 
Dennison Mrs. Mary, laundress, 
i 73 Ordnance 

I Denny James, blacksmith, Loco- 
motive Works 
Densmore Charles, laborer. Car 

Works 
Derowin Louis, carpenter, Ontario 
Derry Miss Eliza, 23 Ontario 
Derry Hugh, mason, Second 
Derry James, boiler maker, 60 

William 
Derry P., mason, 240 Colborne 
Derry Patrick, grocer, Second 
Derry Thomas, boiler maker, 86 

Colborne 
Derry William, mason, s s Pine 
Derry William H., engineer, 266 

King e 
DesRochers Joseph, machinist, 

Earl 
Devan Maurice, carpenter, 16 Col- 
borne 
DEVANA JOHN, grocer, cor 

King and Princess 
Dcvino Jas., carter, 9 Upper Bagot 
Devlin Pat., cabman, 85 Barrack 
Devlin Peter, caijman, Montreal 
Devlin Terrence, laborer, Loco- 
motive Works 
DICK D. J (W. J. Dick <fc Son) 

h 187 Clergy 
Dick James, salesman, 996 Alfred 
DICK W. J. Sc SON (W. J. & D. 
J.,) boots and shoes, trunks, 
valises, etc., 108 Princess 
DICK W. J. (W. J. Dick & Sou), 
h 293 Alfred 



CITY OF KINGSTON 



2,1 



Dickinson Robert, tinsmith, 229 

Gordon 
Dickinson Robert J., salesman, 

229 Gordon 
Dickson James, blacksmith, Loco- 
motive Works 
Dickson Jno., mariner, 80 Barrack 
Dickson John, shoemaker, 245 

Ontario 
Dickson John R., M.D., 176 

Johnson 
Dillon J. E., salesman, Brock 
Dillon Joseph, boots and shoes, 

111 Princess 
Dine George, blacksmith. Loco- 
motive Works 
Dine Mark, rivetter, Loco. Works 
Dine Philbert, blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
Divis A., cooper, 130 Ontario 
Dix Samuel, machinist, Locomo- 
tive Works 
Dixon Knapp, spinner. Hosiery Co 
Dodd Geo., blacksmith, 5 O'Kill 
Dodd John, blacksmith, 10 George 
Dodd John, jr., engineer, 10 

George 
Dodd Jos., blacksmith, Car Works 
Dodd Thomas, moulder, Kingston 

Foundry 
Dolan Martin, harness maker, 219 

Princess 
Dolan Michael, harness maker, 

219 Princess 
Dolphin John, machinist, 21 

Gordon 
DOMINION IRON LADDER 

-CO., 390 Princess 
DOMINION SALVAGE AND 
WRECKING CO., (John Don- 
nelly, wreck master,) 196 On- 
tario 
Donald Mrs. Jane, 772 Montreal 
Donnelly David, laborer. Earl 
Donnelly Felix J., boiler maker, 
228 Gordon 



Donnelly James, clerk, 54 Bond- 
head 
DONNELLY JOHN, wreck mas- 
ter Dominion Salvage and 
Wrecking Co., Ontario, h 212 
Wellington 
Donnelly Joseph, 52 Gordon 
Donnelly M., stove mounter, Vic- 
toria Foundry 
Donnelly S., finisher, Kingston 

Foundry 
Donoghue Mrs. Ann, 223 Wel- 
lington 
Donoghue Charles, grocer, 301 

Ontario 
Donoghue Daniel, grocer, 301 

Ontario 
Donoghue James, grocer, 301 

Ontario 
Donoghue John, wharfman. Bar- 
rack 
Donoghue John, engineer, cor 

King and Queen 
Donoghue Mrs. M., Johnson 
Donoghue Michael, carpenter, 

O'Kill 
Donoghue Michael, laborer, 162 

Bagot 
Donoghue Timothy, 409 King 
Donoghue Fred., laborer, O'Kill 
Donovan Mrs. Catharine, Brock 
Doolan Jeremiah, laborer, 92 

Rideau 
Doolan Jno., laborer, 30 "Vfagdalen 
Doolan Timothy, hotel, 820 King 
Dor an Mrs. Ann, 115 Queen 
Dorau B. & Co., dry goods and 

millinery, 126 Princess 
Doran Bridget (B. Doran & Co.,) 

h 42 Barrie 
Doran Daniel, Johnson 
DORAN MICHAEL (Davidson, 

Doran & Co.,) h 31 Ontario 
Doran Wm., painter, 257 King e 
Dougherty Charles, book-keeper, 
bds City Hotel 



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CITY OF KINGSTON, 



Dougherty Edward, butcher, 856 

Princess 
Dougherty John, laborer, 149 

Bagot 
Dougherty John, laborer, Elm 
Dougherty Wilham, laborer, Elm 
Douglas H. J., bailiff, 322 King e 
Douglas James A., piano finisher, 

822 King e 
Douglas Kobert, mason. Centre 
Douglas Robert, moulder. Loco- 
motive Works 
Douglas William, mason. Park 
Dovey James, shoemaker, 109 

Ordnance 
Downes Jas., laborer, Wellington 
Downey Timothy, shoemaker, 210 

Bagot 
Downing James, Alice 
Downing William, carpenter, 166 

King w 
Downs James, blacksmith, Barrie 
Dowsley William, saddler. Loco- 
motive Works 
Doyle Edward, carpenter, Park 
Doyle Hugh, gi-ocer, cor Barrie 

and Brock 
Doyle Jeremiah, grocer, 717 

Princess 
Doyle James, blacksmith, bds 

McGrath House 
Doyle Miss Johanna, John 
Doyle John, tanner, bds Wag- 
goner House 
Doyle John, blacksmith. Locomo- 
tive Works 
Doyle Mrs. M. A., 76 Wellington 
Doyle Michael, bar tender, cor 

Clarence and Wellington 
Doyle Patrick, laborer, 102 Rideau 
Doyle Wm., butcher, 726 Princess 
DRENNAN W. M., manufacturer 
and dealer in furniture, 75-77 
Princess, h Earl 
Driscoll Dennis, mason, cor Gore 
and Wellington 



Driscoll Patrick, foreman Loco- 
motive Works 
Driver John, salesman, 128 Queen 
Driver Thos., appraiser Customs, 

161 Queen 
Driver William, clerk, 128 Queen 
Drury Mrs. Mary, Princess 
Duff Edward, laborer, 40 York 
Duff John, magistrate, 450 

Princess 
Duffy James, laborer, Montreal, 

nr Charles 
Duffy Timothy, laborer, Rideau 
Duffy Wm., moulder, 113 William 
Duigman Michael, sailor, 107 

Ordnance 
Dumble Henry, cor Brock and 

Wellington 
Dumphey Edward, painter, 258 

Queen 
Dumphey Martin, painter, 258 

Queen 
Dumphy Jas., steward, 258 Queen 
Dumphy James, jr., packer, 258 

Queen 
Dunbar Andrew, prop. Queen's 

Hotel, 127 Brock 
DUNBAR & CO. ^John Dunbar & 

Alex. G. Flett,) merchant tailors 

and clothiers, 100 Princess 
Dunbar Henry, messenger Post 

Office, res Post Office 
DUNBAR JOHN (Dunbar & Co.,) 

h Vaughn Terrace 
Dancan, Alexander, carpenter, Car 

Works 
Dunlop A. W., book-keeper, 

Rideau 
Dungan Edward, machinist, bds 

Ontario 
Dunlop James, 96 Rideau 
Dunlop James M., grocer, 20 

Prnicess 
Dunlop John, 87 Colborno 
Dunlop John W., 13 l\rHitland 
Dunlop Miss Mary, 18 Maitland 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



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Dimlop Robert, tailor, 29 John 
Dunlop William, cutter, 56 Union 
Dunn John, laborer, 50 O'Kill 
Dunn Mrs. Julian, grocer, 222 

Wellington 
Dunn Pat., cigar maker, 120 Bay 
Dunn William, stoves and tinware, 

229-281 Princess 
Duniiett William, foreman Shed- 
den Co 
Dupuis Thos. R., M.D., cor Mon- 
treal and Brock 
Dupuis Nathan F., M.A., F.R.C.S., 

prof. Queen's College 
Dupuy Mrs. Sophia, 1G4 Barrie 
DUVAL ARTHUR DUPONTH, 

M.D., R. M. College 
Duxbury R. W., foreman carder, 

Hosiery Co 
Dwyer E. J., salesman, 42 Barrie 
Dwyer Jno., porter Burnett House 
Dwyer Michael, laborer, Loco. 

Works 
Dyde Sam , book-keeper, William 
Dyer Hobart, com. traveller, 

William 
Dykes James, painter, 95 Pine 
Eacutt Isaac, mechanic. Park 
Earley John, bar tender, cor On- 
tario and Clarence 
Earley John, laborer, cor Ontario 

and Clarence 
Early T. J., salesman, cor Ontario 

and Clarence 
Eastou Robert, driver Sheddeu Co 
Eaves Dan., carter, 147 Ordnance 
Eaves Jas, cabman, 32 Bondhead 
Eaves Mark, laborer, 149 Ord- 
nance 
Eaves Wm., painter, 150 Colborne 
Edwards M.rs. Alice, dressmaker, 

170 Brock 
Edwards Richard, clerk, 117 Ord- 
nance 
Edgar David, fireman. Ford & 
Sons 



Edgar D., moulder. Car Works 
Egan Daniel, porter, Wellington 
Egan Michael, laborer, 67 Queen 
Egan John, moulder, Victoria 

Foundry 
Eggleton Charles, salesman, Bond- 
head 
Eggleston Jas., laborer, 65 Bond- 
head 
Elder Chas., carpenter, bds Island 

House 
Eilbeck & Murray (R. J. Eilbeck 
and James Murray, jr.,) agents, 
foot Princess 
Eilbeck R. J. (Eilbeck & Murray), 

foot Princess 
ELKINGTON FRANCIS, County 

Clerk, 282 Victoria 
Elliott Anthorn, groom, 236 Wel- 
lington 
Elliott George, trader, 45 Main 
EUiott James, laborer, Redan 
Elliott Mrs. Jane, 21 Balaclava 
Elliott J. G., reporter Whig, bds 

Burnett House 
Elliott Matthew, tinsmith, 368 

Di\ision 
Elliott Robert, carpenter, 368 

Division 
Elmer A., barber, 74 Princess 
Elmer Jos., barber, 161 Princess 
Elmer R. H., barber, 161 Princess 
Elmer Thos., baker, 209 Montreal 
Elmer Thomas, moulder. Earl 
Elmer Thomas, prop, saloon, 201 

Princess, h Montreal 
Elmer Wm., moulder, Victoria 

Foundry 
Elsimere Alex., guard K.P., Gor- 
don 
Emmett Maitland, engineer, bds 

Waggoner House 
Empey Fred., saloon, King 
England Thos., gardener. Regent 
Enghch Anthony, boarding, 71 
Clarence 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



41 



English David, farmer, Princess 
English Mrs. Mary Ann, Aguew's 

Lane 
Ennis Androw, laborer, 1 1 Ridean 
Ennis J;imes, 11 Kideau 
Ennis John, mariner, 11 Rideau 
Ennis John, spinner, Cottton Co 
Enright Michael, driver, Chatham 
Enright Thos., laborer, Ordnance 
Erskin John, laborer, Loco. Works 
Esford John, laborer, Loco. Works 
Evans Benjamin, gardener, John- 
ston 
Evans James, keeper K.P., 287 

King w 
Evans John, machinist, Loco. 

Works 
Evans Richard, 25 Chatham 
Evard Robert, book-keeper, Queen 
Everitt Miss Harriett, 231 Bagot 
Eward F. W., blacksmith, 240 

Division 
Eward Fred, blacksmith, 240 

Division 
Fahey Edward, exciseman, 58 

Bagot 
Fahey M., merchant tailor, 344 

King e 
Fahey Mrs. M., confectioner, 68 

Princess 
Fahey Martin, 35 Wellington 
Fair Jas. , constable, 251 Division 
Fair W. J., book-keeper, 45 Gore 
Fairburn Wm., laborer, Park 
FAIRTLOUGH MAJOR SAM'L 

GERRAD, R.A., R.M.C. 
Fallon Dominic, saloon keeper, 

Princess 
Fallon James, laborer. Young's 

Lane 
Fallon Michael, carter, ss Charles 
Fallon Patrick, carter, Rideau 
Fanning John, laborer, 83 John- 
son 
Fanning Patrick, laborer, 34 Alma 
Fannon John, clerk, 83 Johnson ' 



Farebrother John, carpenter, 390 
Princess 

FARLEY LIEUT. & BT. CAPT. 
C.A.. "B" Battery,Tete du Pont 
Barracks 

Farley J., teamster. Car Works 

Farley Thomas, moulder, 146 
Queen 

Farmer John, salesman, Bowes & 
Bisonette 

Farrell Alex., 295 Alfred 

Farrell Mrs. M., 295 Alfred 

Farrell Martin, 524 Princess 

FARRELL THOMAS, grocer, 
Market Square, Brock 

Farrelly John, carter, 307 John- 
son 

Farrelly Thomas, fitter. Loco. 
Works 

Farrell Wm., twister, Cotton Co. 

Farrington James, 18 Wellington 

Feddie Phillip, blacksmith. Loco. 
Works 

FEDERAL BANK, T. Y. Greet, 
manager, cor. Wellington & 
Clarence. 

FEE SAMUEL H., M.D., 405 
Princess 

Fee Wm., cattle dealer, 265 Prin- 
cess 

Felix Alex., marinor, Ontario 

Felix Alex., fitter. Loco. Works 

Fell D. J., saloon keeper, 143 
Princess 

Fen wick George S., (Fenwick, 
Hendry & Co.) h cor. Centre & 
King 

Fenwick George W., e s Nelson 

Fenwick Hendry & Co., ( G. S. 
Fenwick, Mrs. M. Hendry, M. 
G. Sutherland) wholesale gro- 
cers, 267-9 Ontario. 

FENWICK K. N., M.D., phy- 
sician, surgeon &c., 141 King e 

Fenwick Thos. M., M.D., 420 
King e 



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CITY OF KINGSTON 



Ferguson Mrs. Agnes, 72 EUico 
FERGUSON A. J., accountant 

Merchants' Bank, 102 Bagot 
Ferguson Arch. M., student at law, 

Earl 
Ferguson Daniel, mechanic, Mon- 

treal 
FERGUSON REV. GEORGE D., 

professor. Queen's College 
Ferguson \Vm., sheriff, 179Khige 
Ferns Mrs. C, fancy goods, 116 

Princess 
Ferrier George, machinist, 99 

Chatham 
Ferris Mrs. Mary, 887 King w 
Ferris Robert, carpenter, bds 840 

Princess 
Ferrington Chas. W., mariner. 

Second 
Field Charles, gardener, 154 Gor- 
don 
Fielding John, laborer. Cotton Co. 
Fields Arthur, barber, 49 Princess 
Fillion E. M., driver, Sydenham 
Filtz George, carpenter, 140 Bagot 
Filtz Philip, piano maker, Johnson 
Finii Wm., planer, Loco. Works 
FIRE INSURANCE ASSOCIA- 
TION of London, Eng., Thos. 
Mills agent, 91 Clarence 
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL 

CHURCH, 128 Wellington 
Fisher John, trader, 51 J^arrack 
Fisher John, laborer, Barrie 
Fitzgibbon Henry, moulder. Loco. 

W^orks 
Fitzgerald Mrs. Catherine, 98 On- 
tario 
Fitzgerald J as., (engineer, Beverly 
Fitzgerald Thomas, head waitnr, 

Windsor Hotel 
Fitzg<'rald Wra., fitter. Loco. 

Works 
Fitzgivens Patrick, laborer, King 
Fitzpatrick Afrs. Mary, laundress, 
127 Division 



city 



nr 



bds 



Flanery James, 11 Arch 
Flanagan Andrew, Princess 
FLANAGAN MICHAEL, 

clerk, 110 Bagot 
Flanagan ?\[ichael E., gardener, 

bds 110 Bagot 
Flanagan Patrick, laborer, Rideau 
Flanagan Patrick, engineer. Earl 
Flanagan Thomas, cabman, 109 

William 
Flemming John, cabman. Park 
Flemming Thos., cabman, Park 
Flemming Wm., laborer, Loco. 

Works 
FLETCHER JOHN, M.A., pro- 
fessor Queen's College 
Fletcher John, Bagot 
FLETT ALEX, (Dunbar & Co.) 

h 74 Colborne 
Fleury Thomas, laborer. Earl 
Flint Charles, laborer. King 

Queen 
Flood Anthony, hotel keeper, 

St. Lawrence House 
Flood James, laborer, 244 Ontario 
Flyn Francis, moulder, 31 Union 
Flynn Michael, moulder, 81 Union 
Flynn Michael, tmsmith, Barrie 
Flvnn William, tinsmith, Loco. 

Works 
-Foden John, machinist, 114 Ord- 
nance 
Foley Michael, carter. Earl 
Folgor Bros,B.W.c^ M.H.,bankers, 

cor. Ontario & Clarence 
Folger B.W. (Folger Bros.), h cor 

Earl and King 
Folger F. A., (Folger Bros.) h 

Clergy 
Folger Sc Hanley, general ticket 

agents, foot l^rock 
Folger M. H. (Folger Ikos.), foot 

Emily 
Follest W. B., carter, w s Nelson 
Ford Edward, tanner. Ford A; 

Sons 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



43 



Ford B. M. (Ford & Sous) h cor. 
JoliiisoD and Barrie 

Ford & Sons (Wm. G. & R. M.) 
props. Cataraqui Tannery) 312 
King e 

Ford William G. (Ford & Sons) h 
196 Queen 

Forder Thomas Geo., machinist, 
144 Colborne 

Forrest Jas., salesman, 35 Union 

Forrest Wm., carpenter, 35 Union 

Forrester Edgar, prof. Queen's 
College 

Forrester Gus, bar tender, City 
Hotel 

Forsvth Andrew, machinist. Loco. 
Works 

Forsyth George, trader, cor. Nel- 
son & Princess 

Forsythe George, fitter. Loco. 
Works 

Forsyth James M., 46 Wellington 

Forsyth J. B., agricultural imple- 
ments agent, Montreal, h cor. 
Colborne & Clergy 

Forsythe Mrs. Margaret, 834 
Princess 

Forsyth Robert, farmer, 263 Di- 
vision 

Foster John, embalmer, bds Albion 
Hotel 

Foster John, book-keeper, bds 
Windsor Hotel 

Foster Wm., machinist, Bagot 

Fountain James, whitewasher, 179 
Sydenham 

Fowler Fife, M.D., L.R.C.S., 251 
Brock 

Fowler Henry C, student at law, 
251 Brock 

Fowler Rev. James, M.A., pro- 
fessor Queen's College, Union 
cor Gordon 

Fowler W. G., mason, 323 Johnson 

Fowler Mj-s. Mary, King w 

Franklin Charles D., Gordon 



Franklin Joseph A., flour and feed, 

213 Princess, h Union 
FRALICK F. J., clerk, Burnett 

House 
FRALICK J. W., prop. Burnett 

House, Ontario 
FRALICK W. G., clerk, Burnett 

House 
Francis Garrett, laborer, e s 

Beverly 
Francis Jno., shoemaker. Princess 
Francis Lewis, ladder manufac- 
turer, 7 Simcoe 
FRASER DONALD, private 

banker, 842 King, h 95 Union 
FRASER LIEUT. & BT. MAJOR 
JOHN, Adjutant " B " Battery, 
Tete du Pout Barracks 
Eraser John, clerk, e s College 
Eraser J., manufacturer, Princess 
Eraser Samuel, mariner, 97 Queen 
Erazer Mrs. Catharine, 133 King e 
Erazer Roderick, mariner, 109 

Barrack 
Free Frank, moulder. Loco. Works 
Free John, clerk, 82 Queen 
Free Robert, mason, 153 Division 
j Freeman R., telephone agent, 
! Burnett House 
I Friendship Chas., gardener, John 
Friendship George, blacksmith. 

Division 
Friendship Thos., gardener, John 
Eroilaud H. M., M.D., 183 Wel- 
lington 
Eroiland J. D., gold and silver 

smith, 183 Wellington 
Frizell Robert, shoemaker, Syden- 
ham 
FRONTENAC LOAN AND IN- 
VESTMENT SOCIETY, Thos. 
Briggs, manager, 49 Clarence 
Frost Edward, laborer, 5 York 
Fuller Fred., clerk, William 
Funuell David, engineer, 72 Bond, 
head 



44 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Fuimell David,. 728 Montreal 

Fuimell K. K., piano maker, Barrie 

Furlong Thos., laborer, 48 Ord- 
nance 

Farzcll Alex., blacksmith, Loco. 
Works 

Garbett P., clerk, Bank B.N. A. 

Gadeu G. W., book-keeper, 321 
Gordon 

Gage John, blacksmith. Loco. 
Works 

Gage Robert, architect, Montreal, 
h Alfred 

Gage Robert, blacksmith, Car 
Works 

Gahagan John, mariner, 274 Wel- 
lington 

Gallagher Emanuel, laborer, 229 
Wellington 

Gallagher Francis, piano maker, 
91 Rideau 

Gallagher P., sergeant *• B " Bat- 
tery, R.S.G. 

Gallagher Thomas, mariner, 34 
Charles 

Gallagher Thomas, saloon keeper, 
Montreal 

Gallagher Wm., laborer, Thomas 

Gallagher Wm., cabman, Johnson 

Gallivcin James, engineer, 76 Earl 

Gallivan James, moulder, 76 Earl 

Gallivan, John, helper, McEwen 
& Son 

Gallivan John, engineer, 285 
Alfred 

GALLOWAY JAMES, hatter and 
furrier, 84 Princess 

GALLOWAY JAMES, jr., cor 
Johnson and Division 

Ganeau Francis, mariner, n s John" 

Garbutt D. J., grocer, 352 Princess 

(Jarbett William, porter G.T.R., 
Bagot 

Gardiner David li., 149 Earl 

(rardincr James, butclior, 188 
Oidnaucc 



Gardiner Jas., mariner, 59 Charles 
Gardiner John A., bailiff, 459 

Princess 
GARDINER J. 0. & Co., biscuit 

and confectionery manuf rs, cor 

Division & Earl, (See adv p 3) 
Gardiner J. 0., (J. 0. Gardiner 

& Co.) h311 Queen 
Gardiner R. & J,, dry goods, 102 

Princess 
Gardiner Robt., (R. & J. Gardiner) 

h 151 Earl 
Gardiner Thos., salesman, 151 

Earl 
GARRETT RICHARD WM., 

B.A., M.D., 201 Wellington 
Garrigan & Co. James & Wm. J., 

boot makers, 51 Princess 
Garrigan James (Garrigan & Co.) 

h Iving e 
Garrigan W. J., (Garrigan & Co.) 

h Clarence 
Garde Mrs. M., Barrie 
Garvin Edward, laborer, 76 Ord- 
nance 
Garvin Edward, gardener, 141 

Montreal 
Gaskin Capt. John, 253 Ontraio 
Gaskin Thomas, engineer, 214 

Barrie 
Gates Joseph, farmer, Pine 
Gaudieu Charles, clerk. Windsor 

Hotel 
! Gaudreau Z., grocer, cor Ontario 
i and Union 
I Gaudry Arthur, Second 
I Gautt William, salesman. Princess 
Gavine Wm., rope maker, Victoria 
I Gay Robert, carpenter, 109 Union 
I Gaw Samuel, 109 Union 
I Gawloy Mrs. Sarah, Clergy 
i Geale John, law student, Princess 
Geary Edward, shoemaker, 82 

I>arrie 
, Geary George, laborer, 32 Barrio 
Gee Mrs. Mary, hotel, 242 Ontario 



CITY OF RINGSTON. 



45 



Geodfrey — , law student, Mac- 

doiinell Sc Mudie 
George Clias., salesman, William 
GEORGE JOSEPH, manufac- 
turer organs and pianos, 110-14 
Gore, h 28 Wellington 
Gerald Geo., mariner, 25 Barrack 
Gerard Edward, engineer, Bagot 
German Henry, tailor. Barrack 
Gibbon John, laborer, Tjocomotive 

Works 
Gibson David, grocer, 345-847 

Princess 
Gibson James, 118 Union 
Gibson Walter, tinsmith. Loco. 

Works 
Gibson Wm. H., driver, Princess 
Gilbert Mrs. Oane, 194 Barrie 
Gilbert John, clerk, 194 Barrie 
Gilchrist David, tinsmith, 309 

Earl 
Gilchrist John, laborer, 309 Earl 
GILDERSLEEVE C. F., steam- 
boat proprietor, 40 Clarence, h 
45 King e 
GILDERSLEEVE J. P., general 
insurance and steamship agent, 
issuer of marriage licenses, and 
notary public, 42 Clarence, h 
166 Kins: e 
Gildersleeve Miss L., 268 King e 
Gill Mrs. Catherine, 214 Wilham 
Gillespie James, sawmiller, bds 

47 Princess 
Gillie Jas., engineer, 235 Earl 
Gilmartin Louis, clerk, cor Queen 

& Bagot 
Gilmour Alex., carpenter, 23 On- 
tario 
Gilmour Andrew J., tinsmith, 29 

James 
Gilmour Robert, saddler. Park 
Gilmour Samuel, pedlar, Johnson 
Gilmour Wallace, (Linton & Gil- 
mour) h Montreal 
Gilmour Wm., laborer, Princess 



Giroux Mrs. Hannah, Nelson 
Givens Chas., laborer, Beverly 
Givens Mrs. Susan, Montreal 
Givens D. A., B.A., master Col- 
legiate Institute 
I Givens. Capt. Wm., mariner, 133 

Division 
i Glasgow Robert, currier, 858 
1 Montreal 
I Glazier Ezekiel, carpenter, 25 

Place de Armes 
Gleeson Mrs. Ann, George 
Gleeson James, ice dealer, King w 
Glidden John, laborer, 133 Queen 
Glidden Wm., license inspector, 

457 Princess 
Glen Andrew, machinist, Loco. 

Works 
Glynn Mrs. Margaret, 260 Johnson 
Godwin Wm. H., teacher, n s Pine 
Goodearl Arch., machinist. Loco. 

Works 
Goodearl C, mariner, 157 Bagot 
Goodearl Humphrey, cabinet 

maker, Wellington 
Goodearl J. A., clerk G.T.R., 116 

Johnston 
Goodearl Jno., mariner, 157 Bagot 
Goodell Chauncey, laborer. Earl 
Goodell Mrs. P., Earl 
Goodfellow D. K., clerk G.T.R., 

240 Gordon 
Goodfellow Mrs Susan, Arch 
Goodman Michael, laborer. Loco. 

Works 
Goodwin John, laborer. Barrack 
Goold C. H., clerk Merchants' 

Bank, Earl 
Gordon Thos., master Collegiate 

Institute, 200 Queen 
Gordon Wm., sergeant "B" Bat- 
tery, R.S.G. 
Gordon Wm. D., insurance agent, 

13 Montreal, h 186 Queen 
GORDON WM. S., city assessor, 

847 Brock 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Gorham Mrs. E. L., fancy goods, 

355 King 
Gorman Daniel, mariner, s s John 
Gorman Patrick, carpenter, 576 

Montreal 
Gorman Robert, helper, Locomo- 
tive Works 
Gorman Patrick, machinist, bds 

Waggoner House 
Gorman Samuel, laborer, Agnew's 

Lane 
Gormley James, cabman, 57 Bay 
Gough John, carpenter, 15 Col- 
borne 
Gould Arthur J., Union 
Gould Chas., mariner, 204 Bagot 
Gould Chas., engineer, 204 Bagot 
Gould Col. James K., Union 
Gould Jos., tinsmith, 170 Queen 
Gourdier Lucas, caner, 135 Ord- 
nance 
Gow Walter, laborer, 316 Montreal 
Gowdey James, l)utchor, 258 

Princess 
Gowan John, mariner, 127 Mon- 
treal 
Goyette Charles, engineer, Rideau 
Grady Michael, Earl 
Graham Mrs. Ann, 184 Bagot 
Graham Charles, laborer. Loco. 

Works 
Graham Chris J., grocer. Earl 
Graham James, carpenter, 145 

Ordnance 
Graham John, hotel. Market Sq 
(iraham Mrs. Phoebe, Chatham 
Graham Thomas, laborer, 132 

Queen 
Graham Thomas, hide buyer, 

Dufferin 
Graham Thos., painter, Patrick 
Graham Win., laborer, 12 EUice 
Grallvin Danif;!, laborer, 5 Bay 
Granger Marsball, «*»l Cliarbis 
(Jralton John, laborer, Wellington 
ur i*riiico88 



GRAND TRUNK FREIGHT 
OFFICBS, Robert Thomson 
agent, cor Ontario & William 
Grant Alex. C, painter, 439 

Princess 
Grant D. B., carpenter, Ontario 
GRANT VERY REV. GEORGE 
MONRO, principal & vice chan- 
cellor Queen's College 
Grant John, carpenter, bds cor 

Queen & Wellington 
Grant Mrs., Young's Lane 
Grant Thomas, helper, Barrie 
Grant Thomas, laborer. Car 

Works 
Gravelle Joseph, carpenter, Bagot 
Gravelle Oliver, w s College 
Gravelle Oliver, salesman. College 
Graves Sydney, driver, Victoria 
Gray Ezra, laborer, Bondhead 
Gray George, laborer, 268 Syden- 
ham 
Gray Israel, laborer, wks P. Bajus 
Gray James, saloon keeper, Mon- 
treal 
Gray John, laborer, John 
Gray John jr., mason, w s Albert 
Gray Mrs., silver plater, 316 

Barrie 
Gray Samuel, driver, 272 Syden- 
ham 
Gray Samuel, salesman, 277 Sy- 
denham 
Gray W., teamster, Montreal 
Gray Wm., laborer, Stephen 
Graysdell Samuel, bottler, Chat- 
ham 
(rreata John M., accountant Bank 

Montreal 
(rreaza Chas., clerk, 146 Ordnance 
Greaves George, laborer, Chatham 
Greaves John, moulder, 373 

Division 
Greaves Ucuben, gardomT, Mac- 

donnell 
Greaves S., shoemaker, PriuceBH 



CITY OF KINGSTON, 



47 



Greaveb T., blacksmith, Oiiatham* 
Greaves W. D., carrifige trimmer, 

lid Princess 
Green Charles, laborer, Sydenham 
Green Jas., spinner, Cotton Works 
Green John, butcher, cor Earl & 

Bagot 
Green Roger laborer, Johnson 
Greensville Wm., Nelson 
Greenwood & Chadwick, (Joseph 

Greenwood, Wm. M. Chadwick) 

marble dealers, 243 Princess 
Greenwood John A., confectioner, 

286 Princess 
Greenwood Joseph, (Greenwood 

& Chadwick) h 622 Princess 
Greer Roger, carpenter. Loco. 

Works 
GREET T. Y., manager Federal 

Bank, h 98 Barrie 
Grier L. R. J., discount clerk 

Merchants' Bank, Maitland 
Griffin Mrs. C. A., fruit & pro- 
visions, 290 Ontario 
GRIFFIN GILBERT, post office 

inspector, Post Office, h King w 
Griffith Edward, porter G.T.R., 

Ontario 
Griffith Samuel, agent, Johnson 
Grigor Charles, fancy goods, IIU 

Princess 
Grimason Mrs. Eliza, hotel keeper, 

340 Princess 
Grimason James, laborer, 340 

Princess 
Grimason Thomas, inland revenue 

officer, 340 Princess 
GRIMSHAW^ HENRY, prop. St. 

Lawrence House, cor King and 

Queen 
Grimshaw S. A., joiner, 284 Di- 
vision 
Grogan John, laborer, 309 Johnson 
Groves Joseph, laborer, 79 Rideau 
Guardefee Chas, laborer, Ontario 
Guild John, grocer, 73-5 Bay 



GUNN A. & CO., (Alex. Gunu, 

Samuel Harper, Wm. G. Craig) 

wholesale grocers, 125-7 Ontario 

GUNN ALEX., M.P., (A. Gunu 

& Co.) h 196 Johnson 
Gunu Daniel hiborer, 197 Nelson 
Gunn Mrs. Mary, 75 Ordnance 
Gunu W^alter, laborer, Bondhead 
Gunn W. A., bds Burnett House 
Gurnsey Braiden, carpenter, 300 

Queen 
Guy Mrs. Catharine, 83 Colborne 
Guy Mrs. Caroline, Barrie 
Guy Z., book-keeper. Second 
HAAZ BROS. (Anthorn & Otto,) 
vinegar manufacturers, 130-2 
Ontario 
Hackett John, trader, 158 Ontario 
Hackett Johnston, boots & shoes, 

355 Princess 
Hackett Jos., mariner, Wellington 
Hadden Alfred, driller, Loco. 

Works 
Hadden George, blacksmith, York 
Haddigan M. J., clerk customs, 

25 Johnson 
Haffner, John, butcher, 240 Prin- 
cess 
Hazart Joseph, sailor, cor Ontario 

& Clarence 
Hagarty Daniel, grocer, 152 On- 
tario 
Hagerty David, hotel keeper, 104 

William 
Hagerty D. J., clerk, cor W'illiam 

& Bagot 
Hagerty Michael, moulder, Loco. 

Works 
Hagerman Mrs. Ann, Welhngton 
HAGUE G. E., manager Mer- 
chant.;' Bank, h cor W^ilham & 
King 
Haight Charles, tinsmith, Gordon 
HAINES & LOCKETT (John 
J. Haines, T. G. Lockett) boots 
& shoes, 184 Princess 



48 CITY OF KINGSTON. 



JAMES LATURNEY, 

Carriage and Sleigh Manufacturer, 

332 X^rincess Strae-b, sJoo've Barrie- 

EVERY STYLE OF CARRIAGE OR SLEIGH MADE TO ORDER. 

Wood Work of every Description made to Order and kept on hand. 

REPAIRS IN EVERY BRANCH PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



I als© Manufacture the Celebrated 

IrorL Z-iad-ders for IBijLild-irLgrs 

— ALSO — 

Every person travelling should have one of those Escapes. They are made of 
iron and can be carried in your trunk, and are light, safe and reliable. 
All orders by mail promptly attended to. 



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Opposite ^riiidsor Hotel, Princess Street. 



CALL AND SEE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF 

FARMERS' UTENSILS, 

CARPENTERS' TOOLS, 

& PAINTERS' SUPPLIES, 

BEST Q,TJ.A.IjITXES. 



Ski'bed Wire ^t^d Cut ^^il^ k ^pediklty. 
LHADS, OILS, VARNISHBS, BRUSHES. &c. 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



49 



Hales Wm., currier, (Ford & Sons) 
Hales Wm., grocer, Sydenham 
Haley Mrs. Cathrine, 236 Ontario 
Haley Thomas, laborer, Johnson 
Hall David, plumber, Ontario 
Hall John, stoker, Fire Hall 
Hall Mrs. Mary, 13 Bondhead 
Hall Rev. Thos.,cougrogatioualist, 

447 Princess 
Hall Thos., moulder, Car Works 
Hall Wm., carter, 20 Barrack 
Hallett Charles, moulder, 29 

Young's Lane 
Halligan J. & Co., grocers, 33 

Brock 
Halligan John, (J, Halligan & Co.) 

h 185 William 
Halligan Richard, laborer, 274 

Montreal 
Halligan Mrs., 151 W^ellington 
Halpin James, blacksmith. Loco. 

Works 
Hallowell Henry, laborer, Loco. 

Works 
Halt Samuel, laborer. Charles 
HAL WARD REV. BRO., director 

Christian Brother's School, 89 

Clergy 
Hamann 0., sergeant "B" Bat- 

terv, R.S.G. 
HAMER JOHN, hardware, 55 

Princess 
HAMILTON C, collector customs, 

Custom House 
Hamilton Claud, clerk, Sydenham 
Hamilton Edward, tailor, 45 Arch 
Hamilton James, mason, 248 

Earl 
Hamilton James, machinist. Loco. 

W^orks 
Hamilton J., moulder. Car Works 
Hamilton Samuel, blacksmith, 125 

Union 
Hamilton Robert, painter, 14 Ag- 

new's Lane 
Hammond Patrick, mariner, Broct 



Hanko Alfred, helper, Locomotive 

Works 
Hanley Arch., inland revenue, 

York 
Hanley James, clerk, 172 Ontario 
Hanley John, cabman, 16 Agnew's 

Lane 
Hanley J. P., clerk G.T.R., cor 

Earl and Wellington 
Hanley Thos. (Folger & Hanley), 

h cor Earl and Wellington 
Hanley Thomas A., operator, 76 

Wellington 
Hanlon John, laborer, George 
Hannay William, watchman, 

Wellington 
Hanscomb William, laborer, 325 

Johnson 
Hansen Chris., laborer, Locomo- 
tive Works 
Hansen Louis, fishmonger, 90 

Wellington 
Hanson Thos., laborer, Wellington 
HARBACKH. A., ale and porter 

bottler, 69 Princess 
HARDY J. C. (Hardy & Murray), 

h 191 Clergy 
Hardy Joseph, engineer, n s Col- 

lingwood 
HARDY & MURRAY (J. C. 

Hardy and W. J. Murray), dry 

goods, 176 Princess 
Harkess John, superintendent 

House of Lidustry, 356 Montreal 
Harkness S., batcher. 299 Princess 
Harkuess W^illiam, butcher, 214 

W^ellington 
Harkness W^illiam, butcher, 850 

Princess 
Harley Thomas, carpenter. Car 

Works 
Harmer Daniel, boots and shoes, 

107 Princess 
Harmer James, engineer, Ontario 
Harmer Wm., carpenter, Montreal 
Harper Mrs. E. H., 249 Johnson 



50 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



HARPER SAMUEL (A. Gunn & 

Co.) h Emily 
Harper Samuel, upholsterer, Car 

Works 
Harper Samuel H., 124 George 
Harris Alex., salesman, 87 Wel- 
lington 
Harris A. S., train despatclier, 196 

Colborne 
Harris D^vid, rope maker, 76 

Durham 
Harris Mrs E., 76 Durham 
Harris Rev. Henry, Johnson 
Harris H. J., 22 Bondhead 
Harris John, laborer, Johnson 
Harris R. C, Alfred 
HARRIS ROBERT CARR, C.E., 

Royal Mihtary College 
Harrison Henry, shoemaker, Bagot 
Harrison Thos., bricklayer, 150 

Rideau 
Harrold Alex,, carpenter, 227 Earl 
Harrold James, carpenter, Bagot 
Harrold Wilham, carpenter, 184 

Gordon 
Hart Patrick, laborer, 91 Earl 
Hartery James, laborer, 55 Arch 
Hartley Mrs. A., Barrack 
HARTIGAN REV. P. (Roman 

Catholic,) 223 Johnson 
Harty Mrs. Ellen, Johnson 
Harty Jas. & Co., varnish manu- 
facturers, 182 Ontario 
HART1[! WM., managing director 
Can. Loco. & Engine Works, h 
Johnson 
Harvey Mrs. Ann, Earl 
Harvey H. de M., clerk, Federal 

Bank 
Harvey Wm. C, clerk, Earl 
Harwood Mrs. Susan, 101 Johnson 
Haslett Wm., engineer, 81 Division 
Hatch C. H., agent Riclielicu & 
Ontario Navigation Co., foot 
JohiiHon, h 6 Bondhead 
Hatch Wm., tanner, 216 Ridoau 



Hates Harry C, clerk, 5 Hates 
Terrace, King w 

Hatton William, mariner. Earl 

Hansen John, blacksmith, Loco, 
Works 

Hawkin Edward, shoemaker, 3*-^0 
Barrie 

HAWLEYT. B., manager Stroud 
Bros., h 109 Princess 

Hawkins Mrs. Jane, music teacher, 
127 Colborne 

Hay David, helper, McEwen & 
Son 

Hay Wm., tailor, bds 103 Brock 

Hayden Henry, warehouseman, 31 
Kmg w 

Hay ward Thomas, salesman. Earl 

Hay ward Wm., blacksmith, 801 
Johnson 

Haywad, Wm.,Earl 

Harlett Wm. J., boiler maker, 470 
Brock 

Head Sanger, harness maker, 255 
Division 

Healey Thos., shoemaker, Deacon 

Healey Wm., shoemaker, Welling- 
ton 

Heenan James, moulder. Loco. 
Works 

Henderson Charles. W. W., sales- 
man, cor Colborhe & Clergy 

Henderson George, engineer, 70 
Bondhead 

HENDERSON HENRY, photo- 
grapher, 90 Princess 

Henderson John, carpenter, 59 
Collingwood 

Henderson Jijs. A., barrister, 51 
Clarence, h cor Wellington & 
Jolinson 

HENDERSON JOHN & CO. 
(W^m. Middloton, Mrs. John 
Henderson,) booksellers, news 
dealers & stationers, 88 Princess 

HENDERSON MRS. J01lN(Jolm 
Henderson 8 Co.,) h Gordon 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Henderson J. R., salesman, 117 

Earl 
Henderson J. S., grocer & wine 

merchant, 57 Brock, h 185 

Queen 
Henderson Mrs. Jane, Gordon 
Henderson P. R., secy. -treasurer 

Kingston Cotton Co., Earl 
Henderson William H., M.D., cor 

Montreal and Brock 
Hendry J. A. (J. A. Hendry & 

Bro.') h 106 Bagot 
Hendry J. A. & Bro., wholesale 

grocers, cor Ontario & Clarence 
Hendry John, salesman, 122 

Johnson 
Hendry Mrs. M. (Fenwick, Hendry 

& Co.) 267 Ontario 
Hendry Robert, jr., com. traveller, 

122 Johnson 
Hendry W. D., clerk, 110 Bagot 
Henley Miss M., fancy goods, 181 

^Yellington 
Hensley Sirs. Mary, George 
Hentig Charles, stamp distributor, 

558 Princess 
Herald John, professor Queen's 

College 
Herald John, jr., medical student, 

Gordon 
Hermiston Mrs. E., 62 Wellington 
Hermiston James, printer 
Hero Geo., laborer. Loco. Works 
Herrimen Mrs. Mary, 92 Bay 
Hersey Thos. A., carpenter, 101 

Chatham 
Hess George, blacksmith, Wade's 

Lane 
Hess George, jr.. Wade's Lane 
Hewlett C. H., sergeant ''B" Bat- 
tery, R.S.G. 
HEWITT COL. EDWARD OS- 
BORNE, C.E., commandant 

R.M.C., 11 Emily 
Hewitt George, machinist. Union 
Hewitt Thomas Plumber, Earl 



Hewson John, engineer, Barrie 
Hewton J. sec. & treas. Kingston 

Hosiery Co., 100 Barrie 
Hewton Miss Martha, Earl 
Hewton Robt., keep. K P., Kingw 
Hickey C. A., dry goods, 114 

Princess 
Hickey Daniel C, M.D., Barrie 
Hickey John, salesman, 114 Prin- 
cess 
Hickey J. Z., chief clerk freight 

depot, G.T.R., 21 Kingw 
Hickey M. & Co., millinery, 164 

Princess 
Hicks Benjamin, bds Windsor 

Hotel 
HIGGINS REY. BERNARD 

(Roman Catholic), 225 Johnson 
Higgins John, tailor, 12 John 
Hight Mrs. M., Agnew's Lane 
Hill Edward C, salesman, 103 

Wellington 
Hillyard Robert, salesman, bds 

53 Earl 
Hilton Thomas, saddler, Locomo- 
tive Works 
Hinds David, gardener, Johnson 
Hinds John, laborer, w s Victoria 
Hinds Mrs. Mary A., 14tKing e 
Hinds Wm., policeman, res Wil- 

liamsville 
Hinds W. G., teller Merchants' 

Bank, 141 King e 
Hines Wm., laborer, Johnson 
Hinton Edward, laborer, Agnew's 

Lane 
Hinton Richard, blacksmith, bds 

Waggoner House 
Hipkiss Thomas, laborer, s s .John 
Hipson Joseph, boiler maker, 130 

Division 
Hiram William, carpenter, Loco. 

Works 
Hiscock Edgar, turner, Loco. 

Works 
Hiscock Joseph, steward, Bagot 



52 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Hislop Mrs. Mary, Wellington 
HITCHEN HARRY, supt. dept. 
Immigration 't Crown Lauds ^ 
cor Ontario & AYilliam 
Hoag John, switchman, 708 Mon- 
treal 
HOB ART G. S., druggist and de- 
positor Kingston auxiliary Brit- 
ish & Foreign Society, 155 
Princess, h cor Brock & Clergy 
Hodges William F., carpenter, 112 

York 
HODGINS GEO. S., draughts- 
man Canadian Engine and Lo- 
comotive Works, h King 
Hodgson Thomas, stonecutter, 

Barrie, h 76 Ai-ch 
Hogan Dennis, tailor, bds Albion 

Hotel 
Hogan James, hotel, 310 Ontario 
Hogan Jas., mariner, 310 Ontario 
Hogan, Mrs. Jane, milliner, 154 

Ordnance 
Hogan Jos., laborer, 310 Ontario 
Hogan Morris, moulder, Kingston 

Foundry 
Hogan Patrick, shoemaker, 51 

Col borne 
Hogan Patrick, mariner, Dufferin 
Hogan Wrn., laborer, 23 Bondhead 
Hogle Charles, salesman, Brock 
Holden James, stonecutter, bds 

St. Lawrence Hotel 
Holden Robt., blacksmith, 284 

Bagot 
Holder Mrs. Benjamin, cor Queen 

and Montreal 
Holder Robt. photographer, cor 

Montreal & Queen 
Holland E.tt Co., miUinery, 907 

Wellington 
Holland G. A., engineer, 4 Rideau 
Holland Martin, tanner, 4 Rideau 
Holland Wm., laborer, 64 Cherry 
HollowcU Henry, laborer, 202 
Johnson 



Holman Sam'l, laborer, 131 Queen^ 
Holmaii Samuel, jr., painter, 131 

Queeii 
Holmes John, 277 Montreal 
Holroyd Jno, carpenter Car Works^ 
HOOKER REV LEROY, pastor 

Sydenham St. Methodist Church 

181 WiUiam 
Hooper Cavalier, com. traveller,. 

Clarence 
HOOPER REV. E., pastor Bap-^ 

tist Church, 93 Johnson 
Hooper Mrs. H. J., 160 Sydenham 
HOOPER V. G., general ticket 

agent, 42 Clarence, h 114 

Clarence 
Hope John, gardener, Wade'a 

Lane 
Hopeson Wm., baker, 87 Victoria 
Hopkirk J. C, post office clerk» 

Wellington 
Hopper George, harness maker^ 

bds 919 Princess 
Hoppins Abiram, agent H. B. 

Rathbun & Son, Bagot 
Horan John, laborer. 52 Magdaleo 
Horan Michael, laborer, s s John 
Horn Alex. fOldrieve & Horn), h 

270 Gordon 
Hornibrook Francis, blacksmith^ 

19 Colborne 
Horneybrook John, laborer, 19 

Colborne 
Horsey Edward, M.D., Union 
HORSEY EDWIN, chief of police 

and fireman, 151 Brock 
HORSEY R. M., hardware, 189 

Princess, h 164 Queen 
Morton W. C, fish dealer, Q2. 

Jh'ock 
HOTEL DIEU, Sister Moniea 

Brady superioress, 227 lirock 
Houghton Mrs. Ann, Alfred 
Houghton Isaac, gardener. Centre 
lioulder George, carpenter, 16(> 

York 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



53 



HOUSE OF PROVIDENCE, 
Sister Mary John, superioress, 
Montreal 
Houston Mrs Martha, 62 Adelaide 
Houston Thos., driver, (R.McFaul) 
Howard J., serg., instructor, *'B" 

Battery. 
Howie A., inland revenue officer, 

224 Gordon 
Howland James, salesman, 142 

Division 
Howland Thos., cab driver, 142 

Division 
Howland Thos., cabman, Brock 
Howland Thos., jr., clerk, Brock 
Hoyle Earnest, waiter, St Law- 
rence Hotel 
Hoyle Wm., policeman, Cunning- 
ham. 
Hubbard Henry, carpenter, Rideaii 
Hudder T., loom fixer, Montreal 
Hugg Chas. carpenter, 67 Bond- 
head 
Hughes Chas., laborer, Rideau 
Hughes Mrs. M., Earl 
Hughson Albert, machinist, Mc- 

Ewen & Son 
Hugo Nicholas, 44 Livingston 
Hull Edw^ard, agent. Centre 
Hull Ewd., blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
Hull Thos., moulder, Brock 
Hunt Miss Bridget, 331 Brock 
Hunt John, laborer, 22 Earl 
Hunter Mrs. E., 110 Barrack 
Hunter George, carpenter, 108 

Barrack 
Hunter Henry, carpenter, 16 Alma 
Hunter Jas., machinist, 330 Di- 
vision 
Hunter John W., planer, Loco. 

Works 
Hunter Peter, pressman, 146 Bar- 
rack 
Hunter Robert, engineer, 843 
Montreal 



Hurley Jno. J., mariner. Queen 
Hurst Jas., carter, e s Beverly 
Hurst John, laborer, William 
Hurst Wm., mason, Beverly 
Huson John, planer. Loco Works 
HusseyRobt., bds St. Lawrence 

Hotel 
HUTCHESON JAMES E., auc- 
tioneer, 86 Brock 
Hutcheson E. J., clerk, 86 Brock 
Hutcheson Wm., salesman, cor 

Earl & Bagot 
Hutcheson Mrs Mary, cor Earl & 

Bagot 
Huton Dickson, tinsmith, Gordon 
Hyatt D., laborer, Frontenac 
Hyland David, Alfred 
Hyland E. J., tinsmith, 497 King, 

h 77 Gore 
Ilett John, salesman, 2 Sydenham 
Illsey Charles, Union 
IMMIGRATION AND CROWN 

LANDS DEPT., R McPherson, 

agent, Harry Hitchen, supt., 

cor Ontario & William 
Inglis John, accountant, 152 

Bagot 
INLAND REVENUE OFFICE, 

Market Square 
Ireland Chas. F., 36 Alice 
Ireland Mrs. Eliza, 36 Alice 
Ireland K. M., clerk, 36 Alice 
Irving Wm., builder, 44 Clergy 
Irving Wm., manager Kingston 

Car Works 
Irwin Alex., cooper, 39 Barrack 
IRWIN CHAMBERLAIN, M.D., 

cor King & William 
Irwin Francis, 328 Queen 
IRWIN F. W., manager Singer 

Manufacturing Co., 238 Princess 
Irwm John, mariner, 41 Rideau 
Irwin Robt. salesman, 47 Earl 
Irwin Thos. turner. Loco. Works 
Irwin Wm., laborer, 41 Rideau 
Irwin Wm., machinist, 47 Earl 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Isidore John, cutter, Kingston 

Hosiery Co. 
Jack Hugh, 61 Union 
Jackson Charles, blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
JACKSON JOHN M., manufac- 
turing upholsterer & dealer in 

furniture, 113 Brock (See p 2) 
JACKSON REV. S. N., Congre- 

gationalist, 84 Gore 
Jackson Wm., foreman News, 279 

King w 
Jacquith Isaac, carpenter. Union 
James Mrs. Bridget, 131 Queen ! 
James Daniel, shoemaker, 190 

Colborne 
James M., hotel, 850 Princess 
James Martin, carpenter. Car 

Works 
James Thos, butcher, 31 6 Princess 
Jamieson David, plumber, 42 

Johnson 
Jamieson George, painter, 38 York 
Jamieson Joseph, plumber, 42 

Johnson 
Jamieson Thomas, plumber, 42 

Johnson 
Jarrell George, mariner, 27 Bar- 
rack 
Jarvis Jas. T., salesman, bds cor 

Colborne & Barrie 
Jarvis Wm., laborer, 214 Earl 
Jeffries Francis, baggageman, Park 
Jeffers Mrs Margaret, Gordon 
Jenkins Edward, stove mounter, 

Victoria Foundry 
Jenkins John, blacksmith, 177 

George 
Jenkins John C, blacksmith, 157 

George 
Jenkins Samuel, carpenter 890 

Princess 
Jenkins Walter, blacksmith, 1G2 

George 
Jonman George, mariner, 288 

Bagot 



Jennings C. W., book-keeper, 56 
William 

Jennings Charles, book-keeper, 48 
Rideau 

Jerrett Wm., laborer, George 

Johnson George, carpenter, 258 
Johnson 

Johnson James, laborer, Montreal 

Johnson James B., (Johnson & 
Peters), h 49 Earl 

Johnson Hugh, laborer, 43 York 

Johnson John, blacksmith, Loco. 
Works 

Johnson Joseph, blacksmith, Loco. 
Works 

Johnson Joseph S., machinist, 
51 Earl 

Johnson Mrs. M., Earl 

Johnson Mrs. Mary, 131 Colborne 

Johnson N. B., Alfred, cor John- 
son 

Johnson & Peters, (James B. 
Johnson, Thos. Peters), barbers 
155 Wellington 

Johnson Wm., engineer, 415 King 

JOHNSTON ALBERT C, watch- 
maker, 192 Wellington, h cor 
Earl & Clergy 

Johnston Fred, salesman, 185 
Earl 

Johnston Gilbert, engineer, 225 
Bagot 

Johnston John, laborer, 191 Ord- 
nance 

Jones Allan, asst. Post Office in- 
spector, 13 Maitland 

Jones Mrs. Ann, Hamilton's Lane 

Jones Chas., tinsmith, bds Albion 
Hotel 

Jones Mrs. Catharine, 74 Barrack 

Jones David, carpenter, 204 Mon- 
treal 

JONES MAJOR DOUGLAS F., 
R.A., R.M.C., 305 King w 

Jones Edwin, painter, 250 Di- 
vision 



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JONES HUGH F., foreman job 

dept., Whig Office, h Brock nr 

Division 
Jones James, baker, Sydenham 
Jones J. H-, barber, 50 Clarence 
Jones Mrs. Margaret, 801 Princess 
Joues Mrs. Sarah, 304 Queen 
Jones Thos., barber, 29 Division 
Joues Thos., gardener, 133 Di- 
vision 
Jones W. I., fancy goods, 280 

Princess 
Jones Wm., butcher. Centre, cor 

Princess 
Jones WilHam, blacksmith. Loco. 

Works 
Jones Wm., broker, n s Plum 
Jordon Henry, fitter. Loco. Works 
Jordon James, machinist. Loco. 

Works 
Joyce John, painter, Elm 
Joyce Thos., painter, 258 Division 
Kane Dennis, carriage maker, 217 

Wellington 
Kane James, blacksmith, 217 

WelUngton 
Kane John, bds McGrath House 
Kane Mrs. Mary, 67 Colborne 
Karch Joseph A., grocer, 865 

Earl 
Karr J. S., agent, bds Albion 

Hotel 
Kavanagh Jas., salesman, 21 Arch 
Kavanagh John, flour & feed. 

Market Square 
Kavanagh John, carpenter, Syden- 

ham 
Kean John, fitter. Loco. Works 
Kearney Mrs. Catharine, Johnson 
KEARNS JAMES, agent Great 

North-West Telegraph Co., 34 

Clarence, bds 8 Clergy 
Kearns Patrick, driver, Barrie 
Kearns Robt., mechanic, George 
Keaton Mrs. Bridget, 128 Division 
Keaton Chas., printer, 65 Bay 



Keegan Bernard, moulder, s s 

Charles 
Keeley Robert, jeweller, bds Bur- 
nett House 
Keeley W. J., jeweller, 75 Welling- 
ton 
Keen George, carpenter 23 Ellice 
Keenan James, smelter, foot Or- 
chard 
Keenan Michael, laborer, 50 Bond- 
head 
Keenan T. J., salesman, 26*^- Mon- 
treal 
Keeting Patrick, laborer, 150 

Rideau 
Kehoe John, laborer, Johnson 
Keikey Wm , laborer, e s Beverly 
Kelly Daniel, 317 Brock 
Kelly Isaac, carpenter, 37 Earl 
Kelly John, clerk reg. letter dept., 

P.O., 172 Johnson 
Kelly John, laborer, 99 King w 
KELLY, MACKAY & DAUNT, 
(John McKay, Joseph Daunt,) 
brewers. King w 
Kelly Mrs. Mary, 18 Johnson 
Kelly Mrs. Mary, 234 Earl 
Kelly Martin, mariner, 234 Earl 
Kelly P., boiler maker, 94 William 
Kelly Sam'l, machini8t,117 King w 
KELLY REV. THOS., Roman 

Catholic, 225 Johnson 
Kelly Thos., driller, 234 Earl 
Kelly Wm., laborer, 15 York 
Kelo Mrs. Margaret, Gore 
Kelby Wilham, blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
Kelso Ephraim, carter, 236 Earl 
Kelson Jas., baker, Barrie 
Kemp Andrew, 309 Barrie 
Kemp Wm., wood worker, 160 

Clergy 
Kemp Edw., clerk, 160 Clergy 
Kemp Geo. J., bookkeeper, 160 

Clergy 
Kemp W. J., carpenter, 160 Clergy 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Kendall Robert, blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
Kendall William, laborer, Loco. 

Works 
Kenny James, harness maker, 

Wellington 
Kennedy Mrs. C, 107 Queen 
Kennedy Henry C, clerk, Johnson 
Kennedy M., engineer, Rideau 
Kennedy Joseph, mariner, O'Kill 
Kennedy Owen, hotel, 228 Ontario 
Kennedy Peter, cutter, 110 Barrie 
Kennedy Robert, carpenter, 96 

Barrie 
Kennedy Samuel, carpenter, Duf- 

ferin 
Kennedy Thos., machinist, Loco. 

Works 
Kennedy Wm., mariner, 65 Arch 
Kenny Walter, wood worker, bds 

Odessa House 
KENSINGTON LT.-COL. B. A., 

Royal Military College 
Kent Noel, 161 King e 
Kent R. E., teller Federal Bank 
KENT RYBERT, director and 

treasurer Canadian Express Co., 

cor King and Brock, h 85 King e 
Keon Geo., laborer, Loco. Works 
Kerley W., sergt. -instructor *• B " 

Battery, R.S.G. 
KERR JOHN, manager Kingston 

Gas Light Co., 79 Queen, h 155 

Earl 
KERR CHARLES D., book- 
keeper Kingston Gas Light Co., 

155 Earl 
Kerr John, mechanic, Park 
Kcttlewcll Charles, laborer, Loco. 

Works 
Keyc8 J. G., clerj<, 188 Colborno 
Kcycs Robert, grocer, 808 Earl 
Koyes Wm., carpenter, 164 Clergy 
Kidd J., landing waiter Customs, 

254 Hydenliam 
Kidd Robert, laborer, Stephen 



Kilcauley Patrick, engineer, Bagot 
Kilcauley J., printer, Bagot 
Killeen Patk., jr., laborer, Thomas 
Kilpatrick James, 882 Montreal 
Kilpatrick Samuel, stone cutter, 

Sydenham, h 249 Division 
Kindlier Thos., laborer, Johnson 
King Mrs. Ann, 162 Ordnance 
King D. G., printer. Gore 
King George, painter, 11 York 
King Horace, fitter. Loco. Works 
King Jas., saloon keeper, Rideau 
King James, storekeeper, 100 

Barrack 
King John, carpenter, 11 York 
King John, laborer, Patrick 
King Joseph, shoemaker, 464 

Montreal 
King Joseph George, druggist, cor 

King and Market Square, h 

Princess 
King Robert, pattern maker, Earl 
King Thomas, laborer, Victoria 
King W., architect, bds Burnett 

House 
King Wm., carpenter. King nr 

Barrack 
King Wm., District Paymaster, 82 

Montreal 
Kinghorn Jas., trader, e s Victoria 
Kinghorn John, man. McMillan, 

King e 
Kinghorn John M., clerk. King e 
KINGSTON AUXILIARY BRIT- 

ISH & FOREIGN BIBLE SO- 
CIETY, G. S. Hobart, depositor, 

cor Princess & Bagot 
KINGSTON BOTTLING 

WORKS, W. Pipe, prop., 285 

KINGSTON BREWERY, Philip 
Bajus, prop., 808 Wellington 

Kingston Car Works Co., Wm. 
Irving, manager, Montreal 

Kingston Charcoal it Iron Co., 40 
Clarence 



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57 



KINGSTON COLLEGIATE IN- 
STITUTE, Clergy 

Kingston Cotton Manufacturing 
Co., Wm., Wilson, manager, 
foot Cataraoui 

KINGSTON FOUNDRY, (David- 
son, Doran it Co.,) cor Ontario 
& Union 

KINGSTON GAS LIGHT CO., 
John Kerr, manager, 19 Queen | 

Kingston Hosiery Co.. King w 

KINGSTON HOSPITAL, Stuart 

Kingston Lead Smelting Works, 
foot Orchard 

Kingston & Montreal Forwarding 
Co., foot Earl 

KINGSTON & PEMBROKE 
RAILWAY, Ontario 

KINGSTON STREET RAIL- 
WAY OFFICE. A. Mcllquham, 
885 Princess 

KINGSTON TIN WORKS, Jas. 
Reid, prop., cor Union & Di- 
vision. (See adi\) 

KINGSTON WATER WORKS, 
James Wilson, manager, On- 
tario w 

Kirk Mrs. George, fancy goods, 76 > 
Brock 

Kirk James, helper, bds Bay 

Kirk Samuel, laborer. Arch 

KIRKPATRICK REV. FRANCIS 
W., M.A., rector St. James' 
Church, 158 Barrie 

KIRKPATRICK GEORGE A., 
(Kirkpatrick & Rogers) 5 
Emily 

Kirkpatrick James, machinist, 
Loco. Works 

Kirkpatrick John, gardener. Di- 
vision 

KIRKPATRICK J. S. (Kirkpat- 
rick & Rogers) h cor Barrie and 
King 

Kirkpatrick Michael, commercial 
traveller, Colborne 



KIRKPATRICK & ROGERS, 
George A. Kirkpatrick, R. V. 
Rogers and J. S. Kirkpatrick) 
barristers and solicitors) 194 
Ontario 
Kirkpatrick Samuel, mariner, 

George 
Knapp Fred, carpenter, 291 Prin- 
cess 
Knapp John, seed agent, bds Bur- 
nett House 
Knapp Wm., boat builder, foot 

Ontario 
KNIGHT A. P., M.A., rector Col- 
legiate Institute, 203 William 
Knigfht Wm. laborer, William 
Knowles Henry, clerk, 234 Gordon 
Knowles Mrs. Mary, 234 Gordon 
Knox John, boiler maker. King e 
Knox Wm., machinist, 276 Earl 
Labat G., corporal "B" Battery, 

R.S.G. 
Labossiere J. C, salesman, Wel- 
lington 
Labie Gilbert E., trader. Earl 
Lachance F. X., grocer, 259 On- 
tario, h 200 Bagot 
Lachance Joseph, carpenter. Bar- 
rack 
Lachance G., carpenter, Barrie 
Lacroix Henry, cabinet maker, 

499 Princess 
Lafenier Joseph, grocer, Ontario 
Lafenier Mrs. Lucy, 42 Gore 
Lahey Wm., piano maker, 268 

Gordon 
Laing Stephen, carpenter. Nelson 
Laird John, painter, 389 Division 
Laird John, moulder, 389 Division 
Laird Joseph, painter, 389 Division 
Laidley George, saddler, 130 

Queen 
LalondeAntonie, machinist. Bond- 
head 
Lalonde Frank, blacksmith, cor 
Ontario & Place de Armas 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Lalonde Frank, jr., blacksmith, 
cor Ontario & Place de Armes 

Lalonde Louis, carpenter, 276 
Sydenham 

Lamb Jesse, fitter, Loco. Works 

Lamb Richard, spinner, Johnson 

Lamb Walter, mariner, 38 Division 

Lambert Sam'l, carpenter, Park 

LAMBERT THOMAS, (Lambert, 
& Walsh,) 338 Montreal 

LAMBERT & WALSH, merchant 
tailors, 226 Princess 

Lamoureaux Peter, broker, 355 
King e 

Landmann S., foreman Weber & 
Co., bds Burnett House 

Landeryou John C, carpenter, 
Cherry cor York 

Lane Benjamin, laborer, 36 Wel- 
lington 

Lane Mrs. Catharine, grocer, 170 
Bagot 

Langdon Nathaniel, mason, Prin- \ 
cess 

Langdon Nathaniel, jr., mason, 
Victoria 

Laugley Henry, Earl 

Langridge Stephen, laborer. Loco 
Works 

Lanigan Andrew, city messenger, 
City Hall 

Lansing Mrs Fanny, laundress, 
148 Queen 

Lake Ira, machinist,bds 103 Brock 

Lake William, carpenter. Loco. 
Works 

Lake Wm., moulder, 316 Queen 

Lappage Wm., mason. Park 

Lario Jos., cooper. 308 Wellington 

Lark Edward, 125 William 

Larking Henry, drover, bds St. 
Lawrence Hotel 

LalioKC Napoleon, machinist, Wil- 
liam 

Lasher Mrs. llenriottu, 868 Prin- 
cess 



Laturney Mrs Ellen, Princess 
Laturney Geo., carter, 26 Johnson 
LATURNEY JAMES, carriage 
maker and prop. Dominion Iron 
Ladder Co., 392 Princess, h 
Second 
Laughern Francis, laborer, 61 Bay 
Laughern Jas., mariner, 61 Bay 
Lawrencell Jos., carpenter, Arch 
Lawrencell Jos, corker, Barrie 
LAVELLCHAS. H., M.D., 155 

Brock 
LAVELL MICHAEL, M.D., 267 

Brock 
Labery Patrick, laborer, 89 Earl 
Lav'ie C, sergeant major **B" Bat- 
tery, R.S.G. 
Law Edw., rope maker, 85 Victoria 
Lawless Jas., carter, 213 Gordon 
Lawless Michael, mariner, 222 

Earl 
Lawless Peter, carter, 317 Johnson 
Lawless P. J., bookkeeper, Gordon 
Lawlor Jas., keeper K.P, , Alfred 
Lawlor Joseph, baker, Johnson 
Lawencilla P., carpenter, Agnew's 

Lane 
Lawson Mrs. Francis, Sydenliam 
Layton T. G., broom maker, Vic- 
toria 
Leadbeater Wm., laborer, Wel- 
lington 
Leaden Fred, machinist. Loco. 

Works 
LEADER G.M.,(Ohlke& Leader,) 

h head Johnson 
Leahy B. J., grocer, 316 King c 
LeDuc Oliver, spinner, Cotton Co. 
Lee A. J-, barber, 160 Princess 
Lee , hair dresser, bds St. 

Lawrence Hotel 
Leo Geo., piano maker 2 Alma 
Leo James, carpenter, Queen 
Lee Jas., carpenter, 159 Johnson 
Lee John, laborer, Sydenham 
Loo Lyman, carpenter, 81 Quoou 



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Lee Joseph, stove mounter, Vic- 
toria Foundry 
Lee Overton, laborer, 42 Elm 
Lee Robert, carter, James 
Lee Samuel, moulder, Victoria 

Foundry 
Lee Samuel, blacksmith. Elm 
Lea Sam'l M., clerk, Alfred 
Legault Joseph, laborer, Loco. 

Works 
LeHeup Edward, Young's Lane 
LeHeup J. A., watchmaker, 68 

Brock 
Lemon Wm., teamster, Fire Hall 
Lemmon John, moulder, Ontario 
Lemmon Thomas, stoves, tinware, 

355 King e 
Lemmon Thomas, blacksmith, 

Second 
LeMoode Peter, second hand dea- 
ler, 43 Princess 
Lena Peter, 124 Queen 
Lennon Felix, mechanic, Barrie 
Lennon Felix, fireman, 3 upper 

George 
Lennon John, moulder, Victoria 

Foundry 
Lennon Patrick, laborer, 51 Main 
Lennon Thos., blacksmith, 113 

Colborne 
Lennox Cooper, helper, 22 Bagot 
Lennox Cooper, moulder, 22 Bagot 
LeEicheux Alfred, bookkeeper, 286 

Barrie 
Leslie Jas. F., bookkeeper, George 
Leslie Wm., lumber merchant, 57 

George 
Leslie Wm., engineer, 81 Gore 
Lewers Robert, letter carrier, 

James 
Lewis Fred, com. traveller 195 

Earl 
Lewis Mrs. Mary, 34 Union 
LEWIS REV. BRO. NOVATIAN, 

teacher, Christian Brothers' 

School 



LEWIS THOS G., (Wm. Lewis 

& Son,) h 195 Earl 
LEWIS WM., (Wm. Lewis & 

Son,) h 195 Eearl 
LEWIS WM. & SON, (William & 

Thomas G.,) sailmakers & ship 

chandlers, 271 Ontario 
Lilly James, laborer. King e 
Linaugh Thos., W^illiam 
Linaugh Thos. jr., boiler maker, 

Wilham 
Liddell James, finisher, Earl 
Lindsay John, shoemaker, 178 

Princess 
Lindsay Patrick, Second 
Lindsay Thos., blacksmith, Queen 
Lindsay Wm. J., boots and shoes, 

170 Princess 
Linegar Mrs. Ann, 284 Sydenham 
Light Richard H., artist. Second 
Linton Mrs. E., 83 Johnson 
Linton Charles (Linton & Gil- 
more) h Brock 
Linton & Gilmore (Charles Lin- 
ton, Wallace Gilmore) carriage 

makers, 34 Princess 
Linton John, laborer, 249 Earl 
Lissons John W., carter, James 
Little Mrs. Alice, Gore 
Little Joseph, clerk. City Hotel 
Little Robert, mariner, Barrie 
Little Thomas, moulder, 208 

Barrie 
Little W^illiam, saloon keeper, 

cor Clarence and Welhngton 
Litton John, blacksmith. Loco. 

Works 
LIVINGSTON C. & BRO., (Chas. 

& Wm. John,) merchant tailors, 

69 Brock, h 189 Brock 
LIVINGSTON CHARLES, SR., 

mayor, 189 Brock 
Lloyd David, laborer, Loco. Works 
Lloyd G., salesman, 353 Princess 
LoveRobt., butcher, cor Division 

& Adelaide 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



LONDON AND LANCASHIRE 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO.,Thos. 

Mills, agent, 11 Clarence 
Loftus James, mariner, 57 Ontario 
LONDON RELIGIOUS TRACT 

SOCIETY, G. W. Andrews, 

depositor, 188 Wellington 
Long Chas., foreman John M. 

Jackson, Queen 
Long David, engineer, bds St. 

Lawrence Hotel 
Long Mrs. Elizabeth, Beverly 
Long Geo., storeman,Loco. Works 
Longdon William F., bookkeeper, 

Wellington 
Longuile Benj., mariner, bds St. 

Lawrence Hotel 
Loscombe A. E. M., Deputy 

Crown Attorney, bds Burnett 

House 
LoveRobt., butcher, 426 Division 
Lovick John, blacksmith, 146 

Gordon 
Lovick Salathre, turner. Loco. 

Works 
Lovett J., finisher, Kingston 

Foundry 
Lovett Jas., blacksmith, 72 Earl 
Lovett Thos., moulder, 72 Ontario 
Lovett Thomas, laborer, 16 Earl 
Lowe Edward W., commercial 

traveller, 112 Earl 
Lowe Wm., machinist, Cotton Co 
Lowrey James, laborer, Queen 
Lowrcy William, laborer, cor 

James and Cherry 
Loynes Mrs. Caroline . Barrie 
LOYNES SHORE (SJiore Loynes 

& Co.) h 186 Barrio 
Ludlow Richd., carter, 107 Kinge 
Lumb Richard, foreman spinning 

department. Hosiery Co 
Lunn Thos,, stonecutter, 269 Earl 
Lylo John, laborer, Loco. Works 
Lynch Mrs. M., 25 Johnson 
Lynn Isaac, baker, Deacon 



Lvnden A., sergt. -instructor '• B " 

"Battery, R.S.G. 
Lyons Charles, machinist. Loco. 

Works 
Lyons Charles, saloon. Market Sq 
Lyons Mrs. Elizabeth, Elm 
LYSTER VERY REV. JAMES 
LL.D., Dean St. George's Ca- 
thedral, 53 King e 
McAdam Thomas, turner, West 
Macalister A., surveyor Customs, 

131 Kmg w 
McAllister Jas., laborer, 16 Clergy 
McArdell Jas., gunsmith, 373 King 
McArdle Edward, laborer, 23 

Upper Bagot 
McArdle Joseph, stove mounter, 

23 Upper Bagot 
Mc Arthur Adam, accountant, 254 

Gordon 
Mc ARTHUR JAMES, manager 
Ontario Building and Savings 
Society, Clarence 
Mc Arthur John, pilot, 68 Ontario 
Mc Arthur John, mariner, 17 Col- 
borne 
Mc Arthur William, potash maker, 

85 Queen 
McAuley George, mariner, Barrie 
McAuley Mrs. S. P., King 
McAULEY THOMAS, book- 
seller, stationer and bookbinder, 
856 King, h 129 Wilham {see 
adv. opposite) 
McAvey Andrew, laborer, 219 

Wellington 
Mcl^aine Angus, tailor, Johnson 
McBlain David, foreman cloth 

room, James 
McBlain George, laborer, James 
McBride A., engineer, 190 Ord- 
nance 
McBridc Jas., laborer, 92 Barrio 
McBride James, 9() Barrack 
McBride James, clerk post office, 
98 Barrack 



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McBride Joseph, carpenter, Chat- 
ham 
McBride Robert, engineer, 190 

Ordnance 
McBride Samuel, carpenter, 19ii 

Ordnance 
McCabe Alex., gardener, 34 Barrie 
McCabe John, tailor, s s Pine 
McCabe Owen, laborer, Sydenham 
McCabe T., finisher, Kingston 

Foundry 
McCabe Thos., painter, 84 Barrie 
McCafifery James, rope maker, 674 

Princess 
McCaige Neill, blacksmith, Queen 
McCaine James, boiler maker, e s 

Nelson 
McColl John, butcher, cor Durham 

&Park 
McCammon Bros., (Jas. & Wm.,) 
Hvery keepers. City Hotel, Prin- 
cess 
McCammon Jas., M.D., Montreal 
McCammon Jas., butcher, 268 

Johnson 
McCammon Jas., laborer, Princess 
McCammon J., butcher, 72 Brock 
McCammon John, butcher, 28 

Upper Bagot 
McCammon Kobt., baker, 160 

Bagot 
McCammon Robt., baker, 54 Wil- 
liam 
McCammon S. A., letter carrier, 

804 Johnson 
McCammon Wm., butcher, 804 

Johnson 
McCardell Patrick, engineer, 87 

Barrack 
McCarter Mrs. Ehza, Brock 
McCartney Alex , mason, Gordon 
McCartney J., carter, 281 Gordon 
McCartney Wm., carpenter, Sli) 

Johnston 
McCartney Wm., jr., machinist, 
849 Johubou 



McCarty Thos., teamster, Beverly 
McCaugherty Hugh, laborer, Bev- 
erly 
McColl Evan, 300 Gordon 
McCaul Robt., engineer, Barrie 
McCleary John, mariner, Barrie 
McClennand John, teamster, King e 
McConaghy Arch, mason, 21 York 
McConaghy Hugh, blacksmith, 61 

Queen 
McConnell Richard, carpenter, 29 

Colborne 
jvlc Connell J., hotel, 674 Princess 
McConville Bernard, carter, 29 

George 
McCorkell Andrew, boat builder, 

Ontario 
McCormick Armstrong, wines and 

liquors, 91 Princess, h Centre 
McCormick Patrick, laborer, 46 

Ordnance 
McCormick Robert, clerk, 285 

King w 
McCormack Samuel, policeman, 

Montreal 
McCormack Mrs. Sarah, Brock 
McCormack Thos., fisherman, 51 

Beverly 
McCormick Thomas, scourer, 

Hosiery Com'y 
McCRAE T. W., carriage maker, 

479 Princess 
McCUAIG REV. FINLAY, pastor 

Chalmers' Church, 127 Earl 
McCullough George, carter, cor 

Brock and Alfred 
McCullough James, laborer, York 
McCullough James, jr., clerk, York 
McCullough John, laborer, 20 

Ellice 
McCullough Samuel, moulder, cor 

Brock and Alfred 
McCullough Wni., machinist, cor 

Brock and Alfred 
McCullough William, carpenter, 

88 Upper Bagot 



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McCumisky Mrs. Alice, Wellington 
McCummisky John, mariner, 154 

Ontario 
McCune Wm., machinist. Loco. 

Works 
McCutcheon John, mariner, 221 

Wellington 
McCutcheon Wm., potash manuf'r, 

Wellington, h 85 Queen 
McCutcheon Wm., baker, bds cor 

Princess & Barrie 
McClyment A., salesman, 2G2 

Queen 
Mc Dermott John, carriage maker, 

cor Queen & King 
McDermott Lawrence, baggage- 
master, Park 
McDermott Patrick, cabinetmaker, 

23 Brock 
McDonald Arch J., 107 King e 
McDonald Benjamin, pilot, Rideau 
McDonald Mrs. Bridget, 408 Mon- 
treal 
Macdonald Chas. W., clerk P.O., 

33 Colborne 
McDonald Chris, laborer, 86 Pine 
McDonald Francis, mariner, 42 

Charles 
McDonald Geo., harness maker, 

84 Princess h Wellington 
McDonald Hector, painter, John- 
son 
Macdonald Hector, shoemaker, 

125 Ordnance 
McDonald Jas., shoemaker, 674 

Princess 
McDonald Jas., mariner, West 
McDonald John A., mariner, 161 

Montreal 
McDonald John, reporter, Rideau 
McDonald John, 240 Montreal 
McDonald Miss Louise, Earl 
McDonald Mrs. Mary, 303 Barrie 
McDonald Robert, porter, Ontario 
McDonald Wm., blacksmith, Car 
Works 



McDonnell Mrs. Annie, 215 Wil- 
liam 

McDonL'ell Arch M., clerk, w s 
Collingwood 

MACDONNELL G. M., Q.C. (Mac- 
donnell & Mudie,) h Alfred 

MACDONNELL & MUDIE (G. 
M. Macdonnell, Q.C, and John 
Mudie), barristers, 38 Clarence 

McDougall Mrs. A., Union 

McDougall Mrs. Flora, Union 

McDowell Mrs. H., Gordon 

McDowell Robt. J., agent, 473 
Princess 

McElhern Daniel, boilermaker, 
Union 

McElhern Wm., carter, 48 Charles 

McElhern Daniel, blacksmith, 
Loco. Works 

McEwen Alex., carpenter, Earl 

McEwen George, shoemaker, 282 
Gordon 

McEWEN & SON (Daniel and 
John F.) machine, engine and 
boiler manuf's, 54-6 Queen, h 32 
Ordnance. {See adv.) 

McFadden Alex., laborer, 433 
Division 

McFadden Dominic, hotel, 914 
Princess 

McFadden Edward, cabman, Mon- 
treal, nr Charles 

McFadden Jas., carter, 58 John 

McFadden Mrs. Margaret, 583 
Division 

McFarlane Mrs. Kate, Young's 
Lane 

McFarlane Robt., shoemaker, 8 
Colborne 

McFaul John, machinist. Loco. 
Works. 

McFaul R., dry goods, 180 Prin- 
cess, h 20 Barrie 

McGaghey James, wood worker, 
bds Division 

McGann Mrs. Margaret, Princess 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



McGarrey James, melter, Loco, 

Works 
McGaw J., salesmau, (K. McFaul) 
McGee Robt., driller, Loco. Works 
McGill Arch., clerk, 21 Upper 

Bagot 
McGill James, clerk 22 Upper 

Bagot 
McGill S. C, real estate agent, 

55 Clarence, h 13 King e 
McGill Thomas, 38 Union 
McGinn Robt., moulder, bds Is- 
land House 
McGinn John, laborer, Stephen 
McGinnis Francis, laborer, 38 

James 
McGinnis John, plater, James 
McGinnis Owen, hotel keeper, 162 

Ontario 
McGladl Peter, mariner, 156 

Rideau 
McGlinn John, shoemaker, 137 

Montreal 
McGoldrick Michael, mariner, 92 

Ontario 
McGoldrick Michael, jr., boiler- 
maker, 92 Ontario 
McGowan Geo. A., tobaconist, 70 

Princess 
McGowan James, saloon keeper, 

Place de Armcs 
McGrath Mrs. Annie, 90 Arch 
McGrath John, printer, Whig 
McGrath Patrick, harness maker, 

bds 219 Princess 
McGranahan R., laborer, Beverly 
McGreevey James, machinist. 

Loco. Works 
McGrigor James, mariner, Bagot 
McGrogan Miss Alice, 190 Barrie 
McGuiro Anthony, butcher, 8^5 

Princess 
McGuire James, butcher, 815 

Princess 
McGuiro John, engineer, bds St. 

Lawrence Hotel 



j McGuire Michael, marble cutter, 

j Division 

I McGuire Thomas H., barrister, 

cor King and Brock, h Earl 

McGurl Thos. H., teacher, First 

I McGurk Arthur, laborer, 30 

j Wade's Lane 

; McGurk Arthur, jr., laborer, 30 

Wade's Lane 
Mcllquham Alexander, manager 
K.S.RR., cor Chatham and Elm 
Mcllquham Andrew, driver, 229 

Victoria 
Mcllquoran Robert, blacksmith, 

Ontario 
Mcllroy James, painter, Bagot 
Mcllroy John, laborer, Montreal 
Mcllroy John, mason. King 
Mcllroy Joseph, salesman, 9 First 
Mcllroy Wm., laborer, 16 James 
Mcllroy Wright, agent, 9 First 
Mcintosh Daniel, V.S., 261 Bagot 
Mclnt)rre Alex., shoemaker, 110 

Ordnance 
McINTYRE JOHN, barrister, 304 

King e, h Sydenham 
Mclntyre Miss Lucy, 304 Brock 
Mclntyre Neil, farmer, 231 Di- 
vision 
Mclntyre Mrs. R. A., 70 Colborne 
Mclver Kenneth, clerk, 176 Sy- 
denham 
Mclver J. B., bookkeeper, 4 Col- 
borne 
Mclllwaine Samuel, machinist. 

Loco Works 
McKane James, blacksmith. Loco. 

Works 
McKague Neil, laborer. Loco. 

Works 
McKay Donald, merchant tailor, 

157 Princess 
McKay Jas., tailor, 181 Colborne 
McKay J., tinsmith, 181 Colborne 
McKay John, brewer. King w 
McKay John, sr., Ill Gore 



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65 



McKay John K., jr., leather & 

hides, 162 Priucess, h 218 John- 
son 
McKay Rev. Robt., Second 
McKee Chas., laborer, Kmgston 

Foundry 
McKee John, laborer, 127 Division 
McKee Thos., carpenter, 15 York 
McKee William, mariner, Agnew's 

Lane 
McKee William J., mariner, 256 

Gordon 
MeKELVEY & BIRCH (John 

McKelvey and Samuel Birch) 

stoves, tinware, plumbers, gas 

fitters, etc., 71 Brock 
MeKELVEY JOHN (McKelvey 

& Birch) h Bagot 
McKelvey R. J., book-keeper, 

Bagot 
McKennie Alex., laborer, Car 

Works 
McKenny William, carpenter, 431 

Division 
McKenzie JohnT. D., M.D., 367 

Union 
McKeown Mrs. grocer, 83 Clarence 
McKillop Mrs. C. , 23 Johnson 
McKim John, laborer, George 
McKim Peter, hide inspector, 

Clarence, res Cataraqui 
McKinnon Donald, salesman, 62 

Wellington 
McLaren J., clerk G.T.R., Regent 
McLaughlin J., confectioner, 256 

Princess 
McLaughhn Jas. A., laborer, 56 

Montreal 

McLaughlin Patrick, prop. 

Albion Hotel, cor Montreal & 
Queen 

'W. H. IRl^I^ & CO., 

DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS, 
HAMILTON, ONT. 



McLean Andrew, Ontario 
McLean Neil, 310 Queen 
McLennan Wm., teamster. King 
McLeod Mrs. Ann, Bondhead 
McLeod James, machiui.jt, John- 
son 
McLeod Neil, Alfred 
McLeod Mrs. Mary, 48 Colborne 
McLeod Thos., machinist. Loco. 

Works 
McLeod James, salesman, Earl 
McLoud Robert, foreman. Loco. 

Works 
McMahon A., rec. secretary and 

librarian. Mechanics' Institute 
McMahon Adam J., clerk, Wel- 
lington 
McMahon Alex., engineer, 84 

Agnew's Lane 
McMahon Andrew, Princess 
McMAHON BROS. (John T. and 
Robert A.) hardware, 85-87 
Princess, h 74 Wellington 
McMahon Mrs. E. Earl 
McMahon George, 260 King e 
McMahon Geo., operator, Barrie 
McMahon John, builder, 74 Wel- 
lington 
McMAHON JOHN D., barrister, 
36 Clarence, h Vaughn Ter- 
race, 426 Princess- (See card.) 
McMahon Mrs., Victoria 
McMahon Mrs. M., 35 Wellington 
McMahon Miss Nancy, 258 King e 
McMAHON THOMAS, pamter 
and paper hanger, cor Brock 
and Barrie 
McMahon William G., clerk, cor 

Earl and Wellington 
McMann James, salesman, Wel- 
lington 
McManus Charles, keeper K.P., 

50 Centre 
McMANUS JAMES (G. M. 

Weber & Co.) h 74 Union 
McManus John, 74 Union 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



McMaster James, laborer, 27 

Upper Bagot 
McMaster John, laborer, 27 Upper 

Bagot 
McMennry Robert, laborer, 77 

Queen 
McMillan Arch., salesman, 308 

Queen 
McMUlan Charles, 291 Brock 
McMillan J., landing waiter Cus- 
toms, Rideau 
McMillan John, maltster, 398 

King w 
McMillan John, 803 Montreal 
McMillan Malcolm, sailor; 119 

Ordnance 
McMillan Richard, pianomaker. 

Brock 
McMillan Samuel, Wellington 
McMorrison Frank, Loco. Works 
McMuUen John, boilermaker, 105 

Ontario 
McMullen John, moulder, King- 
ston Foundry 
McMullen Joseph, blacksmith, 71 

Gore 
McMullen Richard, blacksmith, 

Barrie 
McNally Michael, laborer, Wilham 
McNamee Wm., helper, William 
McNAUGHTON BROS, (J. A., 

R. A.,) varieties etc., 175 Prin- 
cess, h 40 Wellington 
McNAUGHTON & CO., clothers, 

cor King & Princess 
McNAUGHTON DUNCAN, 48 

Wellington 
McNAUGHTON JOHN, (McNau- 

ghtoni'tCo.,) h 49 Clergy 
McNaughton Wm., laborer, Bagot 
McNeil A. W., plumber, 108 

Clergy 
McNeil Charles, laborer, Montreal 
McNeil Chas., laborer, 77 Rideau 
McNeil Charles, jr., laborer, 77 

Rideau 



McNeil Charles, keeper K.P., 230 

Gordon 
McNeil Hector, machinist. Loco. 

Works 
McNeil John, moulder, 76 Johnson 
McNeil Neil, plumber, Q6 Brock 
McNeil Neil, laborer, s s Charles 
McNeil Wm., laborer, 77 Rideau 
McPhersou George, carpenter. 

Division 
McPherson Miss H., 193 Brock 
McPHERSON R., agent Depart- 
ment Immigration and Crown 
Lands, cor Ontario and William, 
h 124 Earl 
McQuaid John, carpenter, John 
McQuaid Mrs. Mary, laundress, 

84 Queen 
McQuade Wm., carpenter. Car 

Works 
McQuade W. , pianomaker, Rideau 
McQuaig Neil, laborer, Agnew's 

Lane 
McRae Joseph, carpenter, King- 
ston Hospital 
McRae R. W. R., clerk, cor Wel- 
lington & Brock 
McRAE WM., manager Pantry 
Grocery & Provision Co., h 184 
Earl 
McRAE W. R., (W. R. McRae & 

Co.,^ h 184 Earl 
McRAE W. R. & CO., gi-ocers, cor 

Wellington & Brock 
McRory Mrs. Mary, Barrie 
McRiley Lsabell, 4 Colborne 
McRossie Wm., Canada Life As- 
surance Co., 48 Clarence, h Gore 
McTaggart Miss M. S., millinery 

& dry goods, 110 Princess 
McWator John, machinist. Loco. 

Works 
McWhinnoy Hugh, laborer, 78 

Ontario 
Macarow P. H., clerk P.O., 40 
Clergy 



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67 



MACFABYEN EEV. A. L., 

pastor Bethel Congregational 

Church, hd Brock 
MACHAR JOHN MAULE, (Baw- 

den & Machar) h 222 Johnson 
Mack Jas., printer, Whi(j 
Mackin Arthur, (Slaven & Mackin) 

h 189 Wellington 
MACNEE & MINNES, wholesale 

dry goods, cor Princess & Bagot 
MACNEE MRS., cor Union & 

Bagot 
Macnee W. H., salesman, cor 

Union & Bagot 
Madden Daniel, contractor, bds 

McGrath House 
Madden Jas. W., tanner, Barrie 
Madden Michael, engineer, 13 

Charles 
Madden Edward, laborer. Loco. 

Words 
Magee Wm., caretaker Artillery 

Park 
MaginnH., riding instructor, "B" 

Battery, R.S.G. 
MAGUIRE HUGH, grocer, cor 

Princess & Montreal, h Gordon 
Mahoney Michael, laborer, Wel- 
lington 
MAHOOD WILLIAM JOHN, 

fancy goods, etc., 113 Princess, 

h 215 Queen 
Maiden Mrs. C, 147 Colborne 
MAIN RICHARD J., cabinet 

maker and upholsterer, 165 

Princess 
Mair Mrs. Ester, Arch 
Makins Thomas, 22 Queen 
Makins Wm., trader, 231 Barrie 
Malefant Francis, driver, Rideau 
Mallen Edward, porter. North 
Mallen Lawrence, laborer. Park 
Mallen Michael, trader, Bondhead 
Malloy Jno., wood dealer, Clarence 
MALONE GEO., accountant, 205 

WiUiam 



Malone Thos., cabinet maker, 208 

King e 
Maloney Jno., ice dealer, 79 Queen 
Maloney John, blacksmith, 84 

York 
Maloney John D., tinsmith. Queen 
Maloney John J., retired. Queen 
Maloney M. J., bookkeeper. Queen 
Maloney Pat'k, carter, 27 Bond- 
head 
Manahan Dan'l, shoemaker, John- 
son 
Mandell David, carpenter, Arch 
Mangham James, spinner, Cotton 

Co. 
Manion Mrs. Mary, 174 Clergy 
Manison John, moulder, Victoria 

Foundry 
Maney James, mariner, 77 Queen 
Marceau John, laborer, Rideau 
Marchaud Chas., laborer, Ontario 
Marchand Edwin, engineer, On- 
tario 
Marchildon H., cabinet maker, 

211 Princess 
Mario w John, laborer. King w 
Marquette W., tailor, bds 103 

Brock 
Marriott George, 337 Brock 
Marschand Charles, moulder, 

Kingston Foundry 
Marrison Robert, stove mounter, 

Victoria Foundi-y 
Marsh Alexander, laborer, Elm 
Marsh John, driller. Loco. Works 
Marsh, Jno., sr., gardener, 56 Elm 
Marsh John H., grocer, 64 Elm 
Marsh Wm., smith. Loco. Works 
Marshall Delormay, builder, King 
Marshall Edward, laborer. Park 
Marshall Jas., shipper, cor Queen 

& Barrie 
Marshall James W., salesman, cor 

Queen & Barrie 
MARSHALL JOHN, (J. Muck- 
leston & Co.,) Queen 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Marshall Robt., blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
Marshall Sam'l, salesman, Queen 
Marshall Sam'l, mason, York 
MAllSHALL WM., (J. Muck- 

leston & Co.) h 68 Colborne 
Marshall Wm., carter, 133 Division 
Martin Alfred, 304 Queen 
Martin Chas., mariner, 53 Charles 
Martin David, clerk, 188 Syden- 
ham 
Martin David, carpenter, 188 Sy- 
denham 
Martin Jas., helper, (McEwen & 

Son) 
Martin James, carpenter, 138 

Colborne 
Martin Mrs. Jane, Brock 
Martin J. G. W., clerk Windsor 

Hotel 
Martin John, carpenter, Brock 
Martin John F., painter, 44 Upper 

Bagot 
Martin John, river pilot, Charles 
Martin Miss Harriet, teacher, 168 

King e 
Martin Mrs. R., 48 Colborne 
Martin W.C, wholesale s*ddlery 

hardware, 214-16 Princess, h 

198 Queen 
Martin William, com. traveller, 

cor Bagot and Earl 
Martin William, 138 Wellington 
Martin William H., clerk, Clergy 
Martinelle L., laborer, King e 
Marvin Joseph, shij" builder, 260 

Montreal 
Marvin Peter, moulder, 260 

Montreal 
MASON G. A., confectioner and 

fruiterer, 314 King o 
Mason Henry, carpenter, 129 

Bagot 
Mason John, laborer, 264 Montreal 
Mason Samuel, mariner. Princess 
Massie James, V.S., liagot 



887 



81 



Massie John R„ carpenter, 

Barrie 
Massie William, contractor, 

Colborne 
Matthews Jacob, engineer, 370 

Brock 
Matthews James, 242 Sydenham 
Matthews Miss K., dressmaker, 

77 Clarence 
Maughen James, spinner, James 
Maund Chas., wharfinger, Ontario 
Mawhinney John, laborer, bds 

Albion^ Hotel 
Maxam A., stove mounter, Vic- 
toria Foundry 
Maxam Alfred, painter. Balaclava 
Maxam Geo., stove mounter, Vic- 
toria Foundry 
Maxfield Thos., storeman, John- 
son 
Maxwell G. M., clerk, 58 Rideau 
Maxwell Jas., carpenter, 255 Earl 
Mayberry Miss Martha, 229 Wel- 
lington 
Mayell John, merchant tailor, 78 

Brock 
Mayhew Mrs. Jessie, cor Elm & 

Alfred 
Mayhew Lucas, auctioneer, Ontario 
Mayne Miss Jessie, Sydenham 
Mead Chas., checker G.T.R., bds 

Wellington 
Meadows Edward, trader. 



149 



Mrs. Catherine, 184 



25 



Brock 
Meagher 

Queen 
Meagher G. G., salesman, 

Wellington 
Meagher Jas., trader, 117 George 
Meagher Jeremiah, post office 

clerk, 25 Wellington 
Meagher M., mariner, 79 Boudhead 
Meagher Thomas, landing waiter 

Customs, 206 Montreal 
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, cor 

Princess and Montreal 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



69 



MEEK ROBT., managing editor 

Whig, William 
MEEK WILLIAM, sr., manager 

Whig office, 224 Sydenham 
Meek William, jr., printer, 222 

Sydenham 
Meek William, carter, Elm 
Meline Mrs. C, 300 Ordnance 
Mellon J., sergeant *' B " Battery, 

Artillery Park 
Melville Mrs. Eliza, 204 Gore 
Melville P. J., salesman, 204 Gore 
MevardOwen, laborer, 118 Ord- 
nance 
Menary Geo., carpenter, 153 Di- 
vision 
Mercer, Louis, cabinet maker, bds 

Albion Hotel 
MEECHANTS' BANK OF CAN- 
ADA, G. E. Hague, manager, 
cor King and William 
Mercier Joseph, carpenter, Place 

de Armes 
Merral Chas., engineer. Ordnance 
Merrick Joseph, gardiner, Ellis 
Merrick Mrs. Mary, 32 Wellington 
Meritt Edw., moulder, 347 King e 
Merrett, T. E., ledger keeper 
Merchants' Bank, h 153 Brock 
Merter Peter, laborer, 146 Queen 
METCALFE JAMES H., M.P.P., 

280 Queen 
Metcalfe John, butcher, res Wil- 

liamsville 
Metcalfe Richard, laborer, Loco. 

Works 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH, cor Brock & Mon* 
treal 
Metiex Samuel, grain shoveller, 

Sydenham 
Meveeton John, Gordon 
Michael Mrs. M., laundress. Clergy 
Middleton A. D., clerk, 55 Clergy 
Middleton Lewis, 55 Clergy 
Middleton Thomas, laborer. Clergy 



MIDDLETON W^ILLIAM (John 

Henderson k Co.) h Gordon 
]\lilk Joseph, iiiiioi-, 51 Chatham 
Millan Mrs. x\!i!i, hah' work, 70 

Brock 
Millan Bros. (Cornehus and 

Dennis) butditu-s, Montreal 
Millan Dennis, moulder, Loco. 

Works 
Millan Jeremiah, laborer, 91 Earl 
Millan John, sale.iman, Queen 
Millar A. M., salesman, 184 

Princess 
Millar H., stove mounter, Victoria 

Foundry 
Miller Adam, carpenter, 200 

Sydenham 
Miller A. H. , superintendent letter 

carriers, 82 William 
Miller F. C, laundry, Princess, 

opposite City Hotel 
Millar James, trader, 56 Rideau 
Miller James M., hay presser, 56 

Rideau 
Miller Robert, carter, 96 William 
Miller Robert, boiler maker, Bond- 
head 
Miller S., carpenter, Car Works 
Milligaii George, machinist, 287 

Division 
Mills Bros., hatters and furriers, 

154 Princess, h 150 Sydenham 
Mills George, boiler maker, 386 

Princess 
MILLS GEORGE & CO., hats, 

caps and gents' furnishings, 

170 Wellington 
Mills George, smith. Loco. Works 
Mills James, carpenter, Magdalen 
Mills Mrs. Mary, 380 Brock 
Mills John, sr., teacher, 424 Prin- 
cess 
Mills Robt., clerk, 424 Princess 
Mills Samuel D., 428 Princess 
Mills Thomas, clerk, Gordon 
Mills Thomas, trader, 378 Brock 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



MILLS THOS., agent Fire In- 
surance Asssociation, London, 
Eng., and London & Lancashire 
Life Assurance Co., 91 Clarence 
Milne John, laborer, 106 Ontario 
Milne Mary, James 
Milne Kobert., laborer, Ontario 
Milne Thos., engineer, 34 Division 
Milne Thomas, mariner, Gordon 
Milne Wm., fitter. Loco. Works 
Milo Edward, carpenter, Johnson 
Milo F. C. & Son, painters, 161 

Queen 
MINNES, JAMES, (Macnee & 
Minnes,) h 122 Bagot, op. Gore 
Minnes John, laborer, Kingston 

Foundry 
Minnes J. D., com. traveller, 495 

Princess 
Minnes W. T., salesman, 122 

Bagot 
Miscier Robt., bricklayer, Johnson 
Mitchell Alex., laborer, Magdalen 
Mitchell Mrs. Ann, Earl 
Mitchell Arnold, salesman, bds 

880 Barrie 
Mitchell Isaac, 5 & 10 cent store, 

78 Brock 
Mitchell Jas., planer. Loco. Works 
Mitchell James, mariner. Gore 
Mitchell John, printer, 74 Earl 
Mitchell J. C, builder, 380 Barrie 
Mitchell Peter, carpenter, 28 

Barrie 
Mitchell William, baker, Barrie 
Mockridge S., tailor, Barrie 
Mofifatt Mrs. E., 22 George 
Moffatt Jas., machinist, 222 King 
Moles Kichard, laborer, Barrie 
Monk Peter, driller. Loco. Works 
Montgomery Robert, dyer, 225 

Princess 
Montgomery Mrs. William, second 

hand dealer, 295 Princess 
Montgomery Wilham, musician, 
296 Princess 



Montieth John, salesman, 70 

Clarence 
MONTIZAMBERT LT.-COL., 
C. A., Commandant "B" Bat- 
tery and Assistant Inspector of 
Artillery, Tete du Pont Barracks 
MONTREAL TRANSPORTA- 
TION COMPANY, J. Duncan 
Thompson, agent, foot Queen 
Moouey Francis, machinist, Loco. 

Works 
Mooney Robert, machinist. Loco. 

Works 
Mooney Thos., foreman, Stuart 
Mooers George, 500 Princess 
Mooers Henry, grain merchant, 

foot Brock, h 90 Barrie 
Moore A. R., clerk Bank Montreal 
Moore Charles, (Moore & O'Con- 
nor,) h 151 Colborne 
Moore Edward, sec.-treas. King- 
ston Car Works, 204 Albert 
Moore Henry, mason, 222 Division 
Moore Jas., bookseller & stationer, 

172 Wellington 
Moore Jas., clerk, 250 Barrie 
Moore John, carter, 217 Gordon 
Moore Mrs. Julia, Ontario 
Moore Mrs. Margaret, boot fitter, 

138 Colborne 

Moore & O'Connor, (Chas. Moore 

and John O'Connor,) boots & 

shoes, 217 Princess 

Moore Pat'k, laborer, Loco. Works 

Moore R. M., manager Montreal 

Bank, h cor King and William 
Moore Robt.. carpenter, 104 Barrie 
Moore Scott, laborer. Loco. Works 
Moore Thomas, machinist, Loco. 

Works 
Moore Thomas, grocer, Barrie 
MOORE THOMAS, merchant 

tailor, 59 Brock, h 148 Earl 
Moore T. W., salesnian, Earl 
Moore William John, machinist, 
388 Queen 



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71 



Morham Edward, tuner, Gordon ] 
Morahan Bernard, saloon, cor i 

Clarence and Ontario 
Morahan Michael, laborer, cor 

Clarence and Ontario 
Morahan Patrick, moulder, cor 

Clarence and Ontario 
Moran Patrick, moulder, 84 Earl 
Morcom Charles, operator, bds 

Wellington 
Morgan Hugh, trader, 291 

Princess 
Morgan John, instructor, Bagot 
Morgan William, moulder. Loco. 

Works 
Morley Miss Mary Ann, Earl 
Morris Emanuel, laborer, Barrie 
Morris John, watchman, Kingston 

Foundry 
Morris W. D., com. traveller, 122 

Colborne 
Morrison Frank, machinist. Prin- 
cess 
Morrison John, laborer, Stephen 
Morrison John, moulder, 47 Main 
Morrison Michael, flour and feed, 

61 Brock, h 140 Johnson 
Morrison Robert, laborer. Pine 
Morrison Wm., carriage maker, 

154 George 
Morrisey John, laborer, 79 

WiUiam 
Morrisey John, moulder. Car 

Works 
Mostyn Edwin, saloon, 78 Prin- 
cess, h 111 Wellington 
Mowat H. M., law student, 180 

Johnson 
MOWAT REV. JOHN B., M.A., 

professor Queen's College, 180 

Johnson 
Mowat Jno. J., laborer, 121 Queen 
Mowat Robt., contractor, William 
Moxley Jas., laborer. Loco. Works 
Moxley Robt., blacksmith, 74 York 
Moxley Wm., blacksmith, 86 York 



Muckler Wm , moulder. Deacon 
Muckleston Mrs. Ann, 226 King 
MUCKLESTON J. & CO., (John 

S. Muckleston. Wm. Marshall, 

W. B. Dalton & John Marshall,) 

71-73 Princess 
MUCKLESTON JOHN S., (J. 

Muckleston & Co.,) h 55 West 
MUDIE JOHN, (Macdonnell A 

Mudie,) h cor King & West 
Mudie Wm. carpenter, 192 Gordon 
Muldon Edward, laborer. Loco. 

Works 
MulhoUand Jas., engineer. Union 
Mulholland John, finisher. Union 
MulhoUand Thomas, carpenter, 

110 Barrie 
Mullally Cornelius, laborer, 89 

Wellington 
MuUin Edward, salesman, 102 

Barrack 
Mullin James, grain weighman, 

Sydenham 
Mullin John, laborer, 102 Barrack 
Mullin Patrick, piano maker, 53 

Bondhead 
Mullet Mrs. Catharine, Charles 
Mundie Wanen, blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
Mundell David E., clerk, 59 Arch 
Mundell William, law student, 59 

Arch 
Munroe Charles, engineer, 58 

Wellington 
Murchison Colin D., tanner, 254 

Montreal 
Murdock Jas., carpenter, Maitland 
Murdock Joseph, farmer, Perth 

Road 
Murphy Mrs. Catharine, Agnew's 

Lane 
Murphy D., laborer, 197 Colborne 
Murphy J., landing waiter Customs 
Murphy Jas., pensioner, 40 York 
Murphy Jas., carpenter, 199 Mon- 
treal 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Murphy Jamo , macliinist, Arch 
Murphy Jas., carter, William 
Murphy John, carpenter, 387 

Alfred 
Murphy John, painter, bds 840 

Princess 
Miirphy Matthew, mariner, Mon- 
treal 
Murphy Patrick, laborer. Loco. 

Works 
Murphy Thomas, painter, 384 

Division 
Murphy Thos., river pilot, Charles 
Murphy Thos., laborer. Montreal 
Murphy Wm., laborer, 877 Prmcess 
Murphy William, carpenter, 84 

Johnson 
Murray Francis, laborer, foot 

Wellington 
Murray George, mariner, O'Kill 
Murray Jas., mariner, 106 Clergy 
Murray James, engineer, 336 

Division 
Murray James, post office clerk, 

336 Division 
Murray James, laborer ^ Victoria 

Foundry 
Murray James, jr. (Eilbeck & 

Murray) h 336 Division 
Murray Joseph, mariner. Rideau 
MURRAY W. J. (Hardy & Mur- 
ray) h Wellington, opp Model 

School 
Murray Wm. J., carpenter, York 
Muvillo Joseph, carpenter, cor 

Ontario and Clarence 
NancoUies John, driller, Loco. 

Works 
Nash T. W., chief engineer K. & 

P. Railroad 
Naylor William, laborer. Earl 
Ncaens William, yardman, 23 

Barrack 
Ncaly Mrs. M., laundress, Division 
Neil Daniel, foreman dyo house, 

Hosiery Co 



Neill John, grocer, cor King & Earl 
Neill Peter, teamster, Bondhead 
Neilson H., surgeon-major, Tete 

du Pont Barracks 
Neish Mary, Brock 
Neish W., clerk Customs, 308 

Johnson 
Nelligan Bart, confectioner, 220 

Princess 
Nelson Miss Catharine, 258 King e 
Nelson Miss Eliza, Earl 
Nelson John, carpenter, bds St. 

Lawrence Hotel 
Nelson John, carter, \h^l Rideau 
Nesbitt Duncan, carpenter. Main 
Nesbitt James, policeman, cor 

Gordon & Johnson 
Nesbitt Robert, policeman, cor 

Ordnance & Clarence 
Neville George, bookkeeper, bds 
Neville M. J,, bookkeeper, K. & P. 

RR., bds Windsor Hotel 
Nevin.Wm., fitter, Bagot 
NEW BURNETT HOUSE, J. W. 

Fralick, prop., Ontario 
Newell Robt., mariner, Rideau 
Newlands Isaac, law student, 506 

Princess 
Newlands Isaac, contractor, 184 

Ordnance 
Newlands George, builder, 506 

Princess 
Newlands Juo., mason, 165 Nelson 
Newlands William, jr., architect, 

83 Brock 
Newlands Wm., mason, 153 Clergy 
Newman Alex. D. T., baker, 322 

King e 
NEWMAN G. A., assist, secretary 

Canadian Engine and Loco- 
motive Works, 212 King 
Newman Joseph, salesman, 212 

King c 
NEWMAN R. J. J., baker, con- 
fectioner and fruiterer, 822 

King 0. {See advt) 



CITY OF KINGSTON, 



11 



Newman Robert, carpenter, 125 

Montreal 
Newman William, carpenter, 93 

Wellington 
Newman William, mariner, 277 

King w 
Newton John, carpenter, 60 Col- 
borne 
Newton Thomas, cabman, cor 

George & Centre 
Newton Thomas, carter, cor 

George & Centre 
Newton Wm., barber, bds 103 

Brock 
Newton William, salesman, 60 

Colborne 
Nickle William, 130 Earl 
NICHOLSON REV. ALEX. B., 

B.A., professor Queen's College, 

cor Gordon and Union 
Nicholson Amos, laborer, King w 
Nicholson David, plasterer. Brock 
Nicholson James, salesman. Brock 
Nicholson Robert, carpenter, 332 

Montreal 
Nicholson Thomas, planing mills, 

83 Union, h 346 Gordon 
Nicholson William, telegraph 

operator, Montreal 
Nicholson Wilham, blacksmith, 3 

Ordnance 
Nicholson William J., carpenter. 

Union 
Nicholson William, smith. Loco. 

Works 
Nicoll John, 91 Bay 
Nicolle John, clerk, Sydenham 
NISBET FRANCIS, bookseller 

and stationer, cor Brock and 

WelUngton 
Nobes John, laborer, Wellington 
Nobes Wm., carpenter, 52 IJnion 
Noble Isaac, wood dealer, 344 

Ontario, h 116 Rideau 
Nokes Edward, teamster. Princess 
NokeaHy., broom maker, Victoria 



Nolan James, sexton, 331 Brock 
Nolan John, laborer, Barrie 
Nolan John, laborer, 274 Syden- 
ham 
Nolan Mrs. Mary, 178 Clergy 
Nolan Michael, mariner, 331 

Brock 
Nolan Patrick, telephone operator, 

16 Place de Armes 
Nolan Mrs., 16 Place de Armes 
Nolies William, millwright, Loco. 

Works 
NOON JOHN (Noon & Tyner) h 

53 George 
NOON & TYNER (John Noon and 
William W. Tyner) lumber mer- 
chants, 120 Ontario 
Norris Samuel, broom maker, 

Sydenham 
Norris William, clerk, 315 Brock 
Norris W. H., salesman, 315 Brock 
Northmore George, baker, 140 

Victoria 
Noyes Geo., atone cutter, Nelson 
Nugent Edward, machinist, 241 

Gordon 
Nugent Edward, engineer, 241 

Gordon 
Nugent Mrs. Esther, 292 Montreal 
Nugent James, agent, Ordnance 
Nugent P., packer, Customs, 21 

Johnson 
Nugent Thos., trader, 21 Johnson 
Nugent Wm., broker, 267 Princess 
Nuttall Henry, com. traveller, 

Wellington 
O'Brien Alex., tailor, 333 Princess 
O'Brien Edward, laborer, 25 Di- 
vision 
O'Brien Henry, Windsor Hotel 
O'Brien Jas., shoemaker, 80 Queen 
O'Brien Jas., carpenter. Union 
O'Brien Jno., laborer, 43 Colborne 
O'Brien John, barkeeper, Windsor 

Hotel 
O'Brien Jno., carter, 18 Bondhead 



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O'Brien John, shoemaker, Barrie 
O'Brien John, laborer, n s Centre 
O'Brien John, carter, Thomas 
O'Brien John, planer, Loco. Works 
O'Brien Lawrence, engineer, Union 
O'BRIEN MARTIN, prop. Wind- 
sor Hotel, 205 Princess 
O'Brien Michael, carriage maker, 

bds St. Lawrence Hotel 
O'Brien Robert, laborer, Barrie 
O'BRIEN THOMAS, secretary 

Windsor Hotel 
O'Brien Thos., carpenter, Union 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, 34 

Cherry 
O'Connell Mrs. A., Agnew's Lane 
O'Connell James, shoemaker, 

William 
O'Connell John, shoemaker, 50 

Magdalen 
O'Connell Rob«^rt, shoemaker, 

Sydenham 
O'Connor Daniel, mason, 216 

Sydenham 
O'Connor John, laborer, 80 Earl 
O'Connor John (Moore & O'Con- 
nor) h 105 Union 
O'Connor Miss N., 216 Sydenham 
O'Connor Patrick, clerk, Barrie 
O'Connor Thomas, mariner. West 
O'Donnell Bryan, laborer, 246 

Earl 
O'Donnell John, Inland Revenue 

ofificer, 407 King 
O'Donnell Patrick, grocer, 10 OKill 
O'Donnell Wm,, laborer, Johnson 
O'Hara Henry, mariner, King e 
O'Laughlin Mrs. Catharino,grocer, 

Market Square 
O'Neil Arthur, teamster, cor ^Ton- 

treal Sc J5ay 
O'Neil Mrs. Bridget, 61 Bay 
O'Neil James, laborer, Ontario 
O'Neil James, laborer, 80 Earl 
O'Neil James, laborer, Wellington 
O'Neil John, luborur, 4 Patrick 



O'Neil John, shoemaker, 274 Mon- 
treal 
O'Neil Patrick, shoemaker, Rideau 
j O'Neil Philip, carpenter, Montreal 
I O'Neil Richard, machinist. Loco. 
I Works 

I O'Neil William, laborer, Johnson 
I O'ReillyGeo., laborer. Loco. Works 
1 O'Reilly Mrs. Mary Ann, Bagot 
I O'Reilly Mrs. Mary, grocer, Bagot 
; O'Reilly Patrick, shoemaker, 
I Wade's Lane 

I O'Reilly Thomas, engineer, 82 
I Division 

; O'Reilly Wm., letter carrier, 170 
I Bagot 

O'Reilly William, steward, Wind- 
I sor Hotel 

O'Shea John, trader, 37 Johnson 
I O'Toole Charles, laborer, 227 

Wellington 
O'Toole John, moulder, 41 King w 
Oberndorffer Simon, cigars, 66-89- 

98 Princess, h 104 Queen 
OCKLEY A. E., (Vincent Ockley 

& Sons,) h 115 Princess 
OCKLEY JOHN, (Vincent Ockley 

& Sons,) 115 Princess 
OCKLEY THOMAS. G., (Vincent 
Ockley Sc Sons,) h 115 Princess 
OCKLEY VINCENT, (Vincent 
Ockley & Sons,) h 115 Princess 
OCKLEY VINCENT & SONS, 
(Vincent, John V., Thos. G., 
A. E., grocers, china & glass 
etc., 115-7 Princess 
Offord Mrs. Emily, 17^- Clergy 
Oiioid George, wholesale & retail 
boots & shoes, 117 Brock & 125 
IViucess, li 48 Clergy 
OHLKE & LEADER, (Paul 
Ohlko i^ G. M. Leader,) picture 
fuanufjicturers. Brock. (See adv. 
under preface.) 
OHLKE PXUL,(Ohlke & Loader,) 
h lid Joiuisou 



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75 



Oldfin John, gas fitter, 282 Wel- 
lington 
Oldrieve G. S., (Oldrieve & Horn,) 

h cor Wellington & West 
Oldrieve & Horn, (G. S. Oldrieve, 
Alex. Horn,) sailmakers, 263 
Ontario 
Oliver A. S., M.D., 351-353 King 
Oliver Charles, Clergy 
Oliver Charles, laborer. King nr 

Queen 
Oliver Isaac, carpenter, Gore 
Oliver Mrs. J. K., confectioner, 

Market Square, h 80 Gore 
OLIVER LIEUT.-COL. JOHN 

RYDER, R.A., R.M. College 
Oliver G. S., clerk Montreal Bank 
Olsen Alex., laborer. Loco. Works 
ONTARIO BUILDING AND 
SAVINGS SOCIETY, James 
McArthur, manager, Clarence 
ORPHANS' HOME, 107 Union 
Oram John, bookkeeper Union 
Orr Mrs. Catharine, Johnson 
Orr James, carpenter. Car Works 
Orr Johnston, engineer, 37 

Princess 
Orr John, salesman, 213 Bagot 
Orr J. L., boiler maker. Princess 
Orser Edward, blacksmith. Loco. 

Works 
Orser Horace, laborer, 137 Col- 
borne 
Orser Jas., laborer. Loco. Works 
OSBORNE GEORGE, secretary- 
treasurer K. & P. RR., bds 
Burnett House 
Ottawa Hotel, John Tierney, cor 

Ontario and Princess 
Otto Joshua J., bookbinder, 34 

Frentenac 
Ouitice Stephen, moulder. Loco. 

Works 
Outram Susan, 225 Wellington 
Oulsnam T. H., salesman, Ord- 
nance 



Oulsomel Thos. H., clerk, Rideau 
Overend Thomas, contractor, 237 

Brock 
Packer Joseph, machinist, Loco. 

Works 
Packer Thomas, clerk, 28 Division 
Page John, car inspector, Pem- 
broke 
Paladeau Henry, pilot, 104 Wel- 
lington 
Paladeau L., letter carrier, 104 

Wellington 
Palmer George, carpenter. Gore 
Palmer John, currier, Ford & Sons 
Palmer Joseph, laborer, Alfred 
Palmer Thomas, carpenter. Gore 
Palmer Timothy, saloon, 202 

Ontario 
Pannell William, carpenter, Vic- 
toria Foundry 
PANTRY GROCERY AND PRO- 
VISION CO., 174 Princess 
Pappa Wm. J., printer, Colborne 
Paradise Joseph, carpenter. King, 

nr Queen 
Parideas Peter, carpenter, Ontario 
Parke Thomas, barrister, 340 King 
Parker Mrs. Fanny, 253 King e 
Parker John, laborer, 253 King e 
Parker Vvm,, fitter. Loco. Works 
PARKHILL J. Y., grocer, 270 

Princess 
Parkin T. M., confectioner, cor 

Brock & Wellington 
Parson John, laborer, Johnson 
PATCH J. S., agent Canadian & 
American Express Co., cor 
King, Market Square 
Patterson David, baker, bds cor 

Princess & Barrie 
Patterson David J., carpenter, 601 

Princess 
Patterson Frank, mariner, cor 

Albert & Union 
Patterson George, moulder, Union 
Patterson John C, clerk, Gordon 



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Patterson John, salesman, bJs 

107 WeUington 
Patterson Matthew, mariner, 275 

King e 
Patterson Wm., keeper K.P., 

Centre 
Paul James, moulder, 26 Agnew's 

Lane 
Payne Fred., laborer, King w 
Paynter John, engineer, Earl 
Peach Wm., mason, 284 Division 
Pearce J. M., merchant, bds 

Windsor Hotel 
Pedlar George, organ maker, 128 

Union 
Peller Frank, painter. Loco. 

Works 
Pennell William S., carpenter, 

Princess 
Penner Miss Ehzabeth, 60 William 
Pennington George, sail maker. 

Brock 
PENSE E. J. B., prop. British 

Whig, h 49 King e 
Pense James P., post office clerk, 

44 Colborne 
Percy John, finisher, Kingston 

Foundry 
Percy Jolm, cabman, 106 Gore 
Percy Mrs. liachael, Barrie 
Percy Thos., blacksmith, 106 Gore 
Perdue John, laborer, Agnew's 

Lane 
Perry Alfred, slater. Loco. Works 
Perry Edward, pensi' :ier, 111 Bar- ' 
rack I 

Perry Mrs. Ell^n, 28 Division i 

Perry Jas., printer. 111 Barrack | 
Perry Miles, laborer, 105 Barrack j 
Perryman John, plasterer, 128 
Queen | 

PETER REV. BRO., teacher. 

Christian Brothers' School 
Petors Jas. C., fireman, Ridoau 
Peters Thos., (Johnson & Peters,) 
h 165 Wellington 



Peters Wm., laborer, ns Charles 
Petrie J. D., teller, Bank B.N.A. 
Phelan Miss Catharine, 192 Clergy 
Phelan Daniel, M.D., 901 Wel- 
lington 
Phillips Miss M. L., first pre- 
ceptress Collegiate Institute 
Philips Thomas, hackman, 26 
I Place de Armes 
Phippen Mrs. B. K., 204 Bagot 
I Phippen S. S., insurance agent, cor 
! Princess and Montreal, h 35 
I Rideau 

Pickering Thomas, laborer, 168 
I Bagot 
j Pickering William H., laborer, 

421 Brock 
I Pidgeon Geo,, clerk, 218 Gordon 
1 Pidgeon G. H., messenger Cus- 
toms, Gore 
Pidgeon Geo. H., carpenter, Elm 
Pidgeon Richard, 218 Division 
Pierce Mrs. Margaret, Earl 
Pillar Wilham, Princess 
PIPE WILLIAM, prop. Kingston 
Bottling Works, 261 Princess, 
h 285 Princess 
Pogue Francis, fitter. Locomotive 

Works 
Pogue George, mason, Elhce 
Pogue Robert, shoemaker, 256 

Earl 
PoUie Mrs. A., 190 Ordnance 
Pollie Hugh, clerk, 190 Ordnance 
PoUie James, salesman, 190 Ord- 
nance 
Pollie Jno., tinsmith, 190 Ordnance 
Pollett Francis, baker, 88 York 
Pollett Thos., baker, Rideau 
Poison N. C, (N. C. Poison & Co.,) 

h Sydenham 
Poison N. C. & Co., tiruggist, 

282-4 Princess 
Pope Thos, shoemaker, 6 Hamil- 
ton's Lane 
Porter A., driller, Loco. Works 



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n 



Porter Chas., storeman, 267 On- 
tario 
Porter Mrs. Margaret, Chatham 
Post John J., mechanic, Montreal 
POST OFFICE, Jas., Shannon, 
postmaster, cor Clarence & Wel- 
lington 
Potter Alex., mariner. Princess 
Potter Henry, engineer. First 
Potts John laborer, 57 Ontario 
Pound Geo. D., baker, 11 EUice 
Pound John, laborer, 53 Colborne 
Poutwicker Robt., lalDorer, bds 103 

Brock 
Powell J. W., photographer, cor 

King & Market Square 
Powell W., architect, bds Burnett 

House 
POWER & SON, architects, Wel- 
lington 
POWER JOSEPH W., (Power & 

Son,) 72 Sydenham 
Power Geo., W., clerk, cor Gore 

& King 
Power Mrs. John, 157 Queen 
Power Jonn, laborer, Albert 
Power Mrs Mary, 57 Colborne 
Power Patk., laborer, 181 Clergy 
Power Patk., laborer, 290 Clergy 
Power William, shipbuilder. King 
Presnail Wm. & Bros. (William, 
Richard and Fred.) cigar manu- 
facturers, 115 Brock 
Preston West, stage owner, bds 

St. Lawrence Hotel 
PRICE C. v.. County Judge, 140 

King e 
Prickett John, blacksmith, 15 

Gordon 
PrincUviUe Mrs. Sarah, Princess 
Prettie Thomas, ropemaker, 451 

Princess 
Prettie Thos., driller, 451 Princess 
Prevost Zotique, tailor, 55 Brock, 

hEarl 
Pugh D. J., saddler, 212 Division 



salesman, 212 
"B" Battery, 



Pugh Frederick, 

Division 
Pugh J., corp Uiil 
Murney Tower 
Pugh Wm., scxtoij, Wellington 
Purdy James, organs & sewing 

machines, 240 Princess 
Purdy Samuel, farmer. King 
Purtell Jas., laborer, s s Charles 
Purtell William., blacksmith, s s 

Charles 
Putman Miss Louisa, King 
Purvis John, laborer, 81 King w 
Purvis Paul, moulder, 81 King w 
PYKE JAS. W., sec. Can. Loco. 

& Engine Works, Earl 
Pyman John, laborer, Young's 

Lane 
Quartz John, sailor, bds Union 

House 
Queen's Hotel, Andrew Dunbar, 

prop., 127 Brock 
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY & COL- 
LEGE, cor Stuart & Arch 
QUEEN SREET METHODIST 
CHURCH, cor Queen & Clergy 
Quigley James, engineer, Charles 
Quigley James, cabman, 218 

Montreal 
Quigley James, 815 Montreal 
Quigley Joseph, Wellington 
Quigley Miss Mary, Johnson 
Quigle}' Patrick, machinist, Car 

Works 
Quinn Mrs. Ellen, 47 John 
Quinn Michael, pensioner, WilHam 
Quinn j\lichael, grocer, 306 King e 
Quinn P. J., salesman, 268 

Wellington 
Quinlivan John, laborer, Wel- 
lington 
RABAN CAPT. EDWARD, R.E., 

R.M. CoUege 
Rae William, piano maker. Earl 
Raines Arthur, bookkeeper, John- 
son 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Ramsay Alex., merchant tailor, 

347 King e 
Ramsay James, 232 Victoria 
Ramsay Thos., bartender, Anglo 

American Hotel 
Randell George, lighter, Barrack 
Randall Henry, laborer, Union 
Randall Jas., laborer, 18 Dufferin 
Randell Jno., mariner, 18 Dufferin 
Rankin Andrew, carter, 21 Rideau 
Rankin William, Barrie 
Ranton John L., clerk. Earl 
Rass Wm., carpenter, Earl 
Rathbun H. B. & Son., A Hop- 
pins, agent, lumber dealers, 

foot Queen 
Rathey James, blacksmith. Loco. 

Works 
Rathey Robt., planer, Loco. Works 
Rattenbury Jno., salesman. Union 
Ratty Mrs. Elira, 117 Barrack 
Ravenscroft Walter, laborer, 

William 
Ray David, laborer, 336 Barrie 
Raymond Charles, laborer, 25 

Agnew's Lane 
Raymond Nicholas, laborer, 25 

Agnew's Lane 
Raymond N., salesman, Queen 
Rayuard Mrs. Ellen, 218 Barrie 
Rea Andrew, mariner, 190 Alfred 
REDDEN JAMES, wholesale and 

retail groceries and provisions, 

178 Princess, h Union, opp 

Park 
Redmond Martin, laborer, 54 

Magdalen 
Reekie Robert, machinist, Loco. 

Works 
Rood Frank, barkeeper, King e 
Rees Bros., confectioners, 179-81 

Princess 
Rees Mrs. Caroline, Brock 
Rees F. S., (Rees Bros.,) h 179 

Princess 
Rees George, baker, Brock 



Rees Henry, teamster, Princess 
Rees Mrs. Isabella, William 
Rees Samuel, mason. Brock 
Reeves John, hotel, Market Square 
R eeves Mrs. Sarah, 209 William 
Reeves W. & Co., gent's furnish- 
' ings, 352 King e 
Reeves Wilfred, (W. Reeves & Co..) 

h 352 King e 
Regan Amos, finisher, Kingston 
j Foundry 

I Regan Mrs. Elizabeth, 55 King w 
j Regan Jas., moulder, Kingston 

Foundry 
Regan John keeper K.P., William 
I Regan Mrs. Mary, 41 Beverley 
j Regan Thomas, barkeeper, 111 
j Wellington 

j Reid Charles, timekeeper, Mon- 
treal 
IrEID JAMES, prop. Kingston 
j Tin Works, cor. Union & Divi- 

sion. (see advt.) 
REID JAMES, furniture manfr. 
& undertaker, 254 Princess. 
(see advt.) 
Reid James, grocer, Rideau 
Reid James, hatter, Barrie 
Reid John, machmist, Union 
REID JOSEPH, cabinetmaker, 

254 Princess 
Reid Paul, carpenter, 35 Union 
REID ROBERT, undertaker, 254- 

56 Princess 
Reid Saml, foreman News, Queen 
Reid Saml, foreman Loco. Works, 

320 Queen 
Reid William, carpenter, 290 

Johnston 
Reid VVm., moulder, Union 
Reid W. H., butcher, cor. King & 

Brock, res Williams ville 
Rendle Wm., fireman, Cotton Co. 
Renton Jno., clerk P.O., 272 Earl 
Ronton T. T., bookkeeper, 272 
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Renton W. J., com. traveller, 272 
Earl 

REYNER JOHN, dealer & tuner 
of pianos, 159 Princess, h 26 
Barrie. (See ad. inside front cove?') 

Reynolds Mrs. Ann, 321 Victoria 

Reynolds Geo., machinist, 301 
Montreal 

Reynolds Robert, mason, 321 Vic- 
toria 

Reynolds Sampson, broom maker, 
333 Victoria 

Reynolds Thos., salesman, 37 York 

Reynolds Wm., moulder, 351 Vic- 
toria 

Ricaird Francis, currier, 571 
Princess 

Rice Miss Harriet, 69 Sydenham 

Richards Steven, laborer, 142 
Colborne 

Richardson George (Jas. Richard- 
son & Sons) 80 Gordon 

Richardson James (Jas. Richard- 
son & Sons) h 100 Stuart 

Richardson James & Sons (James, 
George and Henry) commercial 
elevator, foot Princess 

Richardson Mrs. Jane, 62 Earl 

Richardson Mrs. Margaret, John- 
son 

Richardson Mrs., hair worker, 106 
Princess 

Richardson W. L., carver and 
gilder, 77 Brock, h 212 Princess 

RICHELIEU AND ONTARIO 
NAVIGATION COMPANY, 
foot Johnson 

RICHMOND & BOYDEN (James 
Richmond and Edward Boyden) 
dry goods, millinery and car- 
pets, 118-120 Princess 

RICHMOND JAMES (Richmond 
& Boyden) h 17 Union 

Riddle Mrs. Margaret, Gordon 

Ridley John, laborer, 74 Bondhead 

Ridout Pen, clerk Federal Bank 



Rigley James, laborer, 134 Union 
Rigney William, groceries, 136 

Princess, h 126 Johnson 
Riley John, laborer, Bondhead 
Riley Michael, laborer, Ontario 
Roach Edward, laborer, Beverly 
Roach E. H., druggist, Barrie 
Roach John, laborer, 68 York 
Roach John, tailor, 55 Colborne 
Roach N., teamster. King w 
Roach Wm., laborer, 39 King w 
Robb Alex., machinist. Loco. 

Works 
Robb Ephriam, butcher, cor. Pa- 
trick & Alma 
Robb Mrs. Mary Anne, King e 
Robb Wm., carter, 51 Pine 
Robbs Jas., butcher, 284 Princess 
Roberts A., quarter-master serg't 

"B" Battery, R.S.G. 
Roberts E. T., time keeper, Loco. 

Works 
Robertson Andrew, laborer, 344 

Division 
ROBERTSON BROS., china, 

glassware etc., 187 Princess 
ROBERTSON B. W., (George 
Robertson & Son,) h 191 Brock 
Robertson Mrs. E., Wellington 
ROBERTSON DUNCAN, mana- 
ger Bank B.N, A., 85 Wellington 
ROBERTSON GEO. & SON., 
wholesale grocers, 183 Ontario 
Robertson John, tailor, Stephen 
Robertson John, Johnson 
Robertson Samuel, tailor, 347 Di- 
vision 
Robertson Samuel, baker, 228 

Division 
ROBERTSON THOS. McKEAN 

Robertson Bros.) h Union 
Robertson Thomas, Colborne 
Robertson Wm., cor Gore & King 
Robmson Alex*, tinsmith. King 
Robinson Alex., boilermaker, 
Kingston Foundry 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Robinson Alex., clerk, Barrie 

Robinson Andrew, watchman, 
Loco. Works 

Robinson Benj., laborer, O'Kill 

Robinson Benj., druggist, 3 Clyde 
terrace, Sydenham 

Robinson Benj., blacksmith, Loco. 
Works 

Robinson Chris., merchant tailor, 
191 Wellington, h 120 Brock 

Robinson Mrs. Ellen, 298 Ontario 

Robinson George, machinist, w s 
Collingwood 

Robinson George, fireman, Park 

Robinson George T., salesman, 
bds 47 Princess 

Robinson G. W., carriagemaker, 
283-5 Princess, h 247 Queen 

Robinson James, finisher, King- 
ston Foundry 

Robinson James S., painter, 279 
Bagot 

Robinson John, shoemaker, bds 
Albion Hotel 

Robinson John H., agent, Bala- 
clava 

Robinson Robert, carpenter, bds 
St. Lawrence Hotel 

Robinson Robert, carpenter, 27 
King w 

Robinson Robert, painter, King w 

Robinson Robert, carpenter, Gor- 
don 

Robinson Thomas, clerk, w s Col- 
lingwood 

Robinson Thomas, clerk, Ann 

ROBINSON THOMAS D. (Wm. 
Robinson & Son) h 208 Queon 

Robinson Thomas, landing waiter 
Customs, EUice 

Robinson Wobb, 28 Charles 

ROBINSON WILLIAM (William 
Robinson & Sou) Division Court 
Clerk, h 279 Bagot 

Robinson WilUam, clerk, Dufferin 

Robinson William, carpenter. King 



Robinson Wm., shipper, (Macnee 
& Minnes.) 

Robinson Wm. jr., painter, 8 Up- 
per Bagot 

ROBINSON WM. J., roompaper, 
277 Bagot 

Robinson Wm. J., boilermaker, 
Alfred 

ROBINSON WM. & SON, (Wm. 
& Thos. D.) painters, 275 Bagot 

Rochford A. jr., stovemounter, 79 
Rideau 

Rochford A. sr., engineer, 79 
Rideau 

Rockwell H. J., merchant tailor, 
322 Princess, h 302 Queen 

Rockwell W. A., Alice 

Rodgers Geo., laborer. Loco. Works 

Rodgers Wm. H., carpenter, 447 
Albert 

Rodenstine Mrs. E., William 

Rogers Mrs. Ann D., King 

Rogers James, blacksmith. Loco. 
Works 

ROGERS REV. R. V., Church 
England, 189 Earl 

ROGERS R. v., (Kirkpatrick & 
Rogers,) h 148 Barrio 

Rogers Thos. H., messenger, 60 
O'Kill 

Rogers T. X., clerk. Federal Bank 

Rollinson Walter, smith. Loco. 
Works 

Ronan Thos., undertaker, 244 
Bagot 

Rooney Patrick, laborer, 278 Sy- 
denham 

ROSE EDWIN, boots & shoes, 
138 Princess, h 88 Queen 

Rose Miss Ehza, 216 Barrie 

Rose Mrs. Mary, Union 

Rose R. M., County Registrar, 
Court House, h 690 Princess 

ROSS ALEX., dry goods, mil- 
linery, carpets, oil cloths etc., 
128-80 Princess, h 236 Johnson 



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ROSS REV. DONALD, M.A., 

B.D., professor, Queen's College 
Ross George, barkeeper, 111 Wel- 
lington 
Ross James H., foreman news 

room Whig, 112 Barrie 
Rossiter Charles, fitter, Loco. 

Works 
Rothwell Hugh C, mariner, 120 

Johnson 
Rourk Peter, laborer, 43 Elm 
ROUTL"EY JOHN, tobacconist, 

173 Princess 
ROUTLEY W. K., tobacconist, 

173 Princess 
Rowan Robert, engineer, Barrie 
Rower oft 8amuel, foreman spin- 
ner, Charles 
ROWLAND FLEMING, collector 

of Inland Revenue, Market 

Square, h 160 Earl 
Rowlands Mrs. Jane, 35 George 
Roy Richard, tailor, Barrie 
Ruberry Patrick, laborer, 13 Ag- 

new's Lane 
RUDD T. G., hardware, 202 

Princess. (See adv.) 
Runians N. E., grocer, 242 

Princess 
Rushford Alex., engineer, 63 

Queen 
Rushford Jas., mariner, Bondhead 
Rushford Joseph, grocer, Gordon 
Rutherford C, moulder, Alfred 
Rutherford John, laborer, Loco. 

Works 
Rutherford Mrs. Margaret, Clergy 
Rutherford Robert, carriagemaker, 

270 Division 
Rutherford Thos., moulder, Alfred 
Rutherford Thomas, bookkeeper. 

Second 
Rutherford Thos., laborer. Second 
Ruttan Henry M., Brock 
Ryan Andrew, harness maker, bds 

219 Princess 



Ryan Capt. B., 79 Clarence 
Ryan Geo., machinist, Car Works 
Ryan James laborer. Earl 
Ryan John, marmer, 24 EUice 
Ryan John, jr., mariner, 24 Ellice 
Ryan Mat., smith. Loco. Works 
Ryan Patrick, laborer, Beverly 
Ryan Wm., laborer, 24 Ellice 
Ryan Wm., mariner. Wade's Lane 
Ryan W. F., laborer, Loco. Works 
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, Pres- 
byterian, cor Princess & Clergy 
ST. FRANCES, Mother Superior- 
ess, Convent of the Congregation 
de Notre Dame 
ST. GEORGE'S CATHEDRAL, 
Episcopal, cor King & Johnson 
St. John Mrs. J., 270 Sydenham 
ST. LAWRENCE HOTEL, Hen'y 
Grimshaw, prop., cor King & 
Queen 
ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL, Ro- 
man CathoHc, cor Johnson, & 
Clergy 
ST. THECLA, M. M., superioress 

St. Mary of the Lake Convent 
Sabre Bros., hay pressers, foot 

Brock 
Salt John, carpenter, Magalen 
Salter Joseph, second-hand dealer, 

332-4 Princess 
Sands James, butcher, hd Division 
Sands J. S. (J. S. Sands & Son) 

h 175 Wellington 
Sands J. S. & Son (J. S. and W. 
C.) merchant tailor, 175 Wel- 
lington 
Sands W. C. (J. S. Sands & Son) 

h 169 Clergy 
Sands Thomas, mariner. King w 
Sanderson George, tailor. King e 
Sargent F. R., clerk. Vine 
Sarsfield George, boots and shoes, 

207 Princess, h Sydenham 
Saunders Edward, hotel, 144 
tario 



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SAUNDERS HERBERT JAS., 

M.D., M.R.C.S., 244 King e 
Saunders J., butcher, 346 Princess 
Saunders J., laborer, 420 Division 
Saunders John, laborer, Gore 
Saunders John, butcher, 87 Elm 
Saunders Joseph, driver. Division 
Saunders Mrs. J. C, 246 King e 
Saunders Wm., tinsmith, 313 

Brock 
Savage Henry B., painter, 166 

Bagot 
Savage James, stovemounter, Vic- 
toria Foundry 
Savage John, 79 York 
Savage Mrs., dressmaker, 215 

Princess 
Savage Thos. & Sons, (Thomas, 
Henry B., Thos. jr.,) painters, 
78 WiUiam 
Sawyer Ontario, salesman, h 12 

Earl 
Sawyer W. A., salesman, cor. Earl 

& Wellington 
Sawyer Wm., artist, 72 Earl 
Scanlan John, printer, Whig 
Scanlan Patrick, pensioner, n s 

Centre 
Scanlan Wm., printer, Neics 
Scanlan Mrs. Mary, 100 Welling- 
ton 
SCANTLION FRANCIS, mana- 
ger A. Caldwell & Son, bds 
Windsor Hotel 
Schroder John, pork butcher, 80 

Brock 
Scobell Fred, mail clerk, 401 King 
Scobell Fred, laborer, 167 Mon- 
treal 
Scott Mrs. Ann, 801 Alfred 
Scott Colin, drawing master, Col- 
legiate Institute 
Scott David, packer, 80 Johnson 
Scott Mrs. Ehza, cor Ontario & 

Queen 
Scott Jas., machinist, Loco. Works 



Scott Mrs. Janet, King e 

Scott John, mason, 440 Division 

Scott John, painter, bds Albion 

Hotel 
SCOTT N. K., grocer & wine mer- 
chant, cor Princess & Bagot, h 
142 Johnson 
Scouse John, painter, 267 Johnson 
Scrutton Edw., laborer, Johnson 
Seal John, carpenter, 76 Bondhead 
Seaton Richard, laborer, 123 Queen 
Selby Chas., blacksmith, William 
Self Samuel, pound keeper, 219 

Earl 
Sergeant Robt., clerk, Hamilton's 

Lane 
Servis Jno, currier, (Ford & Sons.) 
Settingtor Fred, moulder, Loco. 

Works 
Sexton F., agent, bds St. Law- 
rence Hotel 
Sexton Patrick, mariner, Union 
Shanahan Mrs Ellen, 91 Rideau 
Shanahan James, blacksmith, 

Union w 
Shanahan John, Ocean saloon, 

cor. King & Clarence 
Shanahan John, laborer, 39 Divi- 
sion 
Shanahan Patrick, hotel, 148 On- 
tario 
Shanahan Wm., saloon keeper, 

76 Princess 
Shargrove Peter, laborer, Barrie 
SHANNON JAMES, postmaster. 

47 George 
SHANNON LEWIS W., prop. 

Daily AVjc.s, 89 George 
SHIANNON ROBT. W., barrister, 
67 Princess, h 89 George. (See 
nird.) 
SHANNON WM., assistant post- 
master, 881 Queen 
Sharkey John, laborer, Joseph 
Sharp Andrew, laborer, Ontario 
Sliarp Fred., tuner. Brock 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 83 

dTmcEWEIT & SON, 

Macliine, Engine and Boiler Woto. 

ENGINES AND BOILERS 

— MANUFACTURED FOR — 

STEAM "YACHTS, TUGS, OR Mll-I-S, 

and Fully Guaranteed, 



MINING REPAIRS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



REPAIRING OF ENGINES AND BOILERS A SPECIALTY. 



WORKS, 54 & 56 QUEEN STREET, 



R. J. J. NEWMAN, 

Fancy Cakuiii Erd Eaksr,C(iiiUiisr, k^ 

AND DEALER IN 

Fr-oi-bs of a.11 I^inds in -blieir Sesisozi, 

'Wedding:, Windsor, and all Kinds of I^argfe Cakes 
made to Order at LrO^west Rates. 

IN OUR REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT WE TAKE THE LEAD. 

DINNERS AND LUNCHES SERVED AT ALL HOURS 

HOT OR GOLD. 

/ce Cream, Soda Water, and other Drinks Kept in Season, 

IS"Boats and Hotels promptly supplied. All orders strictly attended to. 

322 King Street, Kingston. 
SIO-lsT O^ TECE BIO- C^^l^B- 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Sharp Harry, salesman, 400 
Brock 

Sharp Joseph, second-hand dealer, 
119 Brock 

Shaver Stanley, machinist. Loco. 
Works 

Shaw A., chief clerk Customs, 190 
Gordon 

Shaw Andrew, bookkeeper, John- 
son 

SHAW FELIX, dry goods, car- 
pets etc., cor Princess & Wel- 
lington, h 118 Bagot 

Shaw Jas., salesman, 33 Johnson 

Shaw Jas., chandler, 33 Johnson 

Shaw J. M., salesman, Barrie 

Shaw John, coroner, 135 William 

Shaw Joseph, laborer, 45 Colborne 

SHAW ROBERT, barrister & 
solicitor, 169 Princess 

Shaw Samuel, carter, 291 Earl 

Shaw Samuel, Clergy 

Shaw W. J., salesman, 33 John- 
son 

Shea Mrs. M., Bagot 

Shea Wm., machinist, 23 Arch 

SHEDDON CO., (LIMITED,) 
George Young, agent, cor. On- 
tario & William 

Sheldon & Davis, photographers, 
836 King e 

Sherlock J. M., merchant tailor, 
223 Princess, h 254 Queen 

Sherman W. E., clerk, bds Gore 

Sherridan Bernard, f^rocer, 245 
Wellington 

Sherrock James, sailor, bds St. 
Lawrence hotel 

Sherwood James, cabman, 35 
King w 

Sherwood John, bookkeeper, 85 
King w 

Sherwood Wm., tinsmith; 85 
King w 

Shibley George, agent, 60 Arch 

Shibley Schuyler, Bagot 



Shiels John, tinsmith, 258 Rideau 
Shields John, tinsmith, 89 Queen 
SHORE LOYNES & CO., grocers, 

266 Princess 
SliORT CAPT. & BT.-MAJOR 

C. J., "B" Battery Tete du pont 

Barracks 
Shufflebothan Walter S., grocer, 

466 Montreal 
Siler John, machinist, Johnson 
Siler Wm., slotter, Johnson 
Silk worth Melvin, cutter, 218 

Princess 
Sinclair Miss Charlotte, 212 Sy- 
denham 
Sinclair John, blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
Sinclair Robt., laborer, Frontenac 
Sinclair Robert, driver, Sheddon 

Co. 
SINGER MANF'G CO., F. W. 

Irwin, manager, 238 Princess 
SIMMONDS MRS. A., dress & 

mantlemaker, 228 Prmcess 
SIMMONDS ALFRED, second- 
hand book dealer & stationer, 

228 Princess. {See advt.) 
Simmons Alfred, grocer, 23 King w 
Simmons Mrs. Ann, widow, 382 

Brock 
Simmonds Geo., machinist. Loco. 

Works 
Simmons William, mariner, 141 

Montreal 
Simpson Arch, hotel, cor Ontario 

& Queen 
Simpson Bernard, carpenter, 6 

Rideau 
Simpson C, corporal "B" Battery, 

R R r* 

SIMPSON ISAAC, J.P., private 
banker & real estate, insurance, 
notary public, etc., 66 Clarence 
Simpson James, cabman. Centre 
Simpson Jno., shoemaker, Ontario 
Siuuard, Louis, tailor. King o 



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85 



Siunott John, laborer, S^- Johnson 
Sinnott Miles, cabman, Khig e 
Sinnott Thos., cabman, 32 John- 
son 
Sissous John, laborer. Loco. 

Works 
Sissons Wm., laborer. Cotton Co. 
Skelton Anthony, shoemaker, 460 

Montreal 
Skelton John, painter, 460 Mon- 
treal 
Skinner Henry, wb. druggist, 171 

Princess, h 154 John 
Skinner James, fitter, Loco.Works 
Skinner James, locksmith, Union 
Skinner Wm., salesman, 126 Earl 
Slater Frank, plasterer, 143 Col- 
borne 
Slater Thomas, boilermaker, Mon- 
treal 
Slater Thomas, laborer, 73 York 
Slaven James, (Slaven & Mackin), 

h 189 Wellington 
Slaven John, harnessmaker, bds 

219 Princess 
Slaven & Mac km, (James Slaven, 
Arthur Mackin, ) merchant 
tailors, 189 Wellington 
Slevin Michael, tailor, Bagot 
Sleeman Henry, mason, Alfred 
Sleith Saml., mason, 304 Johnson 
Sleman William, mason, Princess 
Slimmons John, stove mounter, 

Victoria Foundry 
Sloan Alex,, laborer, 293 Montreal 
Sloan Robert, engineer, 255 King e 
Smallridge George M., carpenter, 

169 Victoria 
Small Philip H., policeman, Alfred 
Smart John, laborer, Johnson 
Smeaton Alex., engineer, 86 Queen 
Smeaton Charles, tanner, George, 

nr Montreal 
Smeaton J. R., grocer, 59 King w 
Smith Mrs. A. F., miUinery, 86 
Division 



Smith Alexander, Johnson 
Smith Miss Ann, 413 King e 
Smith Arch. J., clerk, Johnson 
Smith Arthur M., Union 
SMITH BROS., (Cliarles & John,) 

watchmakeis & jewellers, 345 

King e, h 738 Princess 
Smith Chas. F., student at law, 

Rose Lawn 
Smith Mrs. Caroline, Princess 
Smith Edward, 22 Chatham 
Smith Edw., fitter, 22 Chatham 
Smith Mrs. Ehzabeth, 32 Upper 

Bagot 
Smith F. T., bookkeeper, 86 On- 
tario 
Smith George, watchmaker 733 

Princess 
Smith Henry, cab driver, 22 Place 

de Armes 
Smith Henry, mariner, 257 John- 
son 
Smith Henry, fitter. Loco. Works 
SMITH H. STALLERAFFE, 

bookbinder, 43 Brock, h 65 Gore 
Smith James, blacksmith. First 
Smith Miss Jane, 304 Brock 
SMITH JOHN, book 4 job printer, 

349 King e 
Smith John, hide dealer, 56 Brock, 

h 79 Wellington 
Smith John, trader, 46 York 
Smith John, blacksmith. Loco. 

Works 
Smith Joseph, tailor, 40 O'Kill 
Smith Joseph A., tailor, King e 
Smith Mrs. L., 149 Colborne 
Smith Mrs. Mary, 457 Union 
Smith Patrick, engineer. Park 
Smith Patrick, grocer, Ontario 
Smith Robert, teamster, 56 Albert 
Smith Robert, laborer, 132 Bay 
Smith Robert W., machinist, 

Loco. Works 
Smith Samuel, spinner, Cotton 

Company 



86 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Smith • Samuel, moulder, Loco. 
Works 

Smith Thomas, carpenter, bds 
Albion Hotel 

Smith Thos., blacksmith. King w 

Smith William, blacksmith, Car 
Works 

Smith William, laborer, cor Ann 
and Bagot 

Smith Wm. H., carpenter, Brock 

Smylie John, moulder. Locomotive 
Works 

Smythe A. H., knitter. Hosiery Co 

SMYTHE E. H., LL.D., barrister 
and solicitor, 192 Ontario, h 8 
Westbourue Terrace, 

Smythe James G., mariner, 55 
William 

Smyth William S., clerk general 
dehvery, P.O., 132 Johnson 

Snodden Alexander, policeman, 
cor Johnson and Gordon 

Snowden William, builder, 232 
Gordon 

SNOOK T. L., barrister and so- 
licitor, 332 King 

Snyder Mrs. Alice, Deacon 

Sommerville Francis, engineer. 
Second 

Somerville Frank, carpenter, 214 
Sydenham 

Somerville Wm., salesman, 169 
Colborne 

Sowards James, hotel, 212 Mon- 
treal 

Sourley Charles, laborer, 20 Bond- 
head 

Spade Amos, inside porter, New 
Burnett house 

Spang Charles, farmer, 390 

Princess 
8PANGENBERG F. W., watch- 
maker, jeweler, &c., 847 King e, 
h 86 Wellington 
Spaukio William, Brock 
Sparks R. E., dentist, 230 Princess 



Spence Charles, gardiner, Victoria 
SPENCE & CRUMLEY, (D. M. 
Spence, Edward Crumley,) dry 
goods & millinery, 132-4 Prin- 
cess. [See advt. front covar.) 
SPENCE D. M., (Spence & Crum- 
ley,) h 132 Princess 
Spence John, laborer, 25 Agnew's 

Lane 
Spence John, currier. River 
Spence R. A., carpenter, Car 

Works 
Spence Wm., grocer, 224 Princess 
Spencer A., 182 Queen 
Spencer Abram, grinder. Cotton 

Co. 
Spencer Mrs. M., 278 Sydenham 
Spencer Levi B., contractor, 104 

Bagot 
Spencer Lewis, boilermaker, Queen 
Spencer Lucas, boilermaker, 52 

Colborne 
Spereman James, inland revenue 

officer, Brock 
Sperry Frank, clerk, St. Lawrenec 

Hotel 
Spriggs H. J., salesman, 238 Gor- 
don 
Spottswood George, saloon, 186 

Wellington 
Sprowell John, mariner, 64 On- 
tario 
Stacey James, clerk. Division 
Stacey John, pensioner, 209 Alfred 
Stacey Wm., tinsmith, 209 Alfred 
Stafford R., messenger Bank 

British North America 
Stagg Albert, planer, Loco. Works 
Staley Charles, mariner, Maitland 
Staley Charles, nut tapper. Loco. 

Works 
Staley Mrs. Harriet, Johnson 
Staley Hy., laborer, Loco. Works 
Staley Martin, carpenter. Simcoo 
Staley Captain M., hotel keeper, 
cor Princess and Barrie 



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87 



Stamford Thomas, laborer, 123 
Montreal 

Stausberry John, driver, Shedden 
Company 

Statley George, musician. King, 
nr Queen 

STEACY EDWARD T. (Walsh 
& Steacy) h Bagot 

Steacy James, bookkeeper, 267 
Division 

Steacy Joseph, salesman, Bagot 

Stearne P., fur dealer, foot Brock 

Stephens Wm., mariner, 25 Pine 

Stethem W. J., com. traveler. 
West 

Stevenson A. D., mariner, 359 
Brock 

STEVENSON & CO., piano manu- 
facturers, cor Princess & Ontario 

STEVENSON H. J., manager 
Stevenson & Co.. h 58 William 

Stevenson Mrs. Lucy, 237 Wel- 
lington 

Stephenson Thomas, bookkeeper, 
Wellington 

Stewart G., staff pay serg. " B" 
Battery R. S. G. 

Stewart James, finisher, Kingston 
Foundry 

Stewart James, agent. King w 

Stewart John M., 68 Clergy 

Stewart Richard, machinist. King 

Stewart WilHam, station agent, 
K. & P. RR., Barrack 

Stewart William, jr., porter, K. & 
P. RR., Barrack 

Stillman D. H., barber, 161 
Princess 

Stobart E. H., laborer, Montreal 

Stobart H., stove mounter, Mon- 
treal 

Stokes Wm., laborer, 30 Barrack 

Stone John H., laborer, Park 

STRACHAN ARCH., hardware, 
193 Princess, h 98 Bagot 

Strachan John, laborer, Gordon 



Strachan John G., post office 
clerk, 248 Division 

STRACHAM M. & SON, lumber, 
sash, doors, &c., 55 Gore 

StraingeW., grocer, 147 Montreal 

Strange Fred., clerk Federal Bank 

Strange Frank, clerk, 132 King w 

Strange H., sergt. " B " Battery, 
R.S.G. 

Strange J. C, clerk P.O., Welhng- 
ton 

Strange J, M., clerk. King 

Strange John, King w 

STRANGE 0. S„ M.D., cor King 
& Union 

STRANGE & STRANGE, (Max- 
well Wm. & John,) insurance 
agents, 57 Clarence, h 132 King 

Stansbury Jno., carter, s s Charles 

Stratford Henry, taxidermist, 354 
Princess 

Stratford Mrs. Margaret, grocer, 
cor Princess & Clergy 

Strong Anthony, machinist, Mon- 
treal 

STROUD BROS., (J. B. Hawley, 
manager,) tea merchants, 109 
Princess 

Stroughton Mrs. E., King w 

Struthers Clinton, driver, bds St. 
Lawrence Hotel 

Stuart Alex., hotel keeper, 805 
Montreal 

Stuart John, watchman, Magdalen 

Sturgess Edwin, carpenter, 424 
Division 

Suddard Edward, porter G. T. R., 
Elm 

Sughrue John, pilot, 114 Queen 

Sullivan Mrs. Catherine, 72 Bar- 
rack 

Sullivan Dennis, detective, Rideau 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, 51 
Bay 

Sullivan John, laborer, 94 Gore 

Sullivan John, painter, 75 Ontario 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Sullivan Michael, M.D., 860 

King e 
Sullivan Michael, carpenter, 169 

Montreal 
Sullivan Mrs., 178 Barrie 
Sullivan Mrs. Mary, Ontario 
Sullivan T., saloonkeeper, 208 

Wellington 
SulUvan Thomas, saloonkeeper, 

154 Rideau 
Sulhvan Wm. H., barrister, cor 

King & Market Sq., h Wilham 
Sullivan W. 0., engineer, WilHam 
Sutherland Alex., boots & shoes, 

103 Princess 
Sutherland M. J., (Fenwick Hen- 
dry & Co.,)h 134 Earl 
Sutherland K., shoemaker, 80 Elm 
Sutherland Samuel, clerk, 190 

Clergy 
Swaine John, baker, 94 York 
Swaine Mrs. Mary, 314 Johnson 
Swan George T., grocer, 29 Ellis 
Swan Samuel, planer, Loco, Works 
Swanston Adam, baker, cor Prin- 
cess & Barrie 
Sweeney John, laborer, 83 Johnson 
SWIFT JAMES, coal dealer, foot 

Johnson, h 134 King w 
Swift James F., clerk. King w 
Swift John, engineer, 68 Ontario 
Swift Joseph, clerk, 224 King e 
Switzer Peter, laborer, 68 Queen 
SYDENHAM ST. METHODIST 

CHURCH, Sydenham, between 

William & Johnson 
Tait Joseph, mason, 87 Charles 
Tait Joseph G., mason, York 
Talbot Anthony, broom maker, 80 

Chatham 
Talbot Henry, 251 Victoria 
TANDY H., flupt. Can. Loco. & 

Eng. Works, h Wellington 
TASCHEREAU LH^^UT. & BT.- 

MAJOR, J. E. M., "B" Battery, 

Toto dn Pont Barracks 



Tarrant Jas., laborer, 47 Colborne 
Tarrant John, carpenter, Deacon 
Tassell Chas., builder. Clergy 
Taylor Mrs. B., Ontario 
Taylor Edward, finisher, Kingston 

Foundry 
Taylor Geo., laborer, 427 Division 
Taylor Henry, tinsmith, Stuart 
Taylor J. H., asst. superintendent 

K. & P. RR., 93 Queen 
Taylor Jonathan, carter, 8 Ellice 
Taylor John, finisher, Kingston 

Foundry 
Taylor Joseph, boat inspector, 63 

George 
Taylor Mrs. P., 430 Brock 
Taylor Samuel, steam fitter, Mc- 

Ewen & Son 
Taylor Wm., painter, Car Works 
Telgmann Miss D., musical 

teacher, 103 Queen 
Tetlock John, carpenter, 127 

Montreal 
Theobald J. A., barber, 167 Wel- 
lington 
Thibodo Augustus, 22 Ontario 
Thierault Chris. J., engineer. Earl 
Tliom James, salesman, Gordon 
Thomas Wm., shoemaker, Prin- 
cess 
Thompson Alex., bookkeeper, 

Queen 
Thompson Alex., carpenter, 71 

Ontario 
Thompson Charles, policeman, 

Earl 
Thompson David, mechanic, Earl 
Thompson Frank, njariner, 177 

Sydenham 
Thompson Frank, fitter. Loco. 

Works 
Thompson George, wh. liquors, 

881-3 King o, h 210 Queen 
Thompson Jacob, sailor, bds 47 

Princess 
Thompson Jamos, clerk. Queen 



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89 



THOMPSON J. DUNCAN, agent 
Montreal Transportation Co., h 
22 Colborne 

Thompson Miss Marv, King 

Thompson Robt., clerk, 0. T. R , 
Johnson 

Thompson Thos., clerk, Frontenac 

Thompson Wm., mariner, 23 
Bondliead 

Thompson Wm. W., carpenter, 86 
Upper Bagot 

THOMSON ROBERT, freight 
agent, G.T.R., h Johnson 

Thorn Benjamin, carpenter, 186 
Division 

Thornton Edward, 528 Ontario 

Thornton John, grocer, 503 Prin- 
cess 

Thornton Mrs. Mary, 2 First 

Thornton Samuel, hotelkeeper, 
cor Ontario A Brock 

Thornton Wm., carpenter, Car 
Works 

Thornton, Wm. J., machinist, s s 
Pine 

Thurman John, pensioner, 55 
John 

Thurston Henry, engineer, 166 
Barrack 

Tierney Bros. (Owen and John) 
teas, wines, &c., 261 Ontario 

Tierney John, Ottawa Hotel, cor 
Princess and Ontario 

Tierney John (Tierney Bros.) h 
179 Queen 

Tierney Owen (Tierney Bros.) h 
Ontario 

Tierney Patrick, clerk, bds Bur- 
net House 

TILLINGHAST T. C, merchant 
tailor, 79 Brock, h 81 Welling- 
ton. (See advt.) 

TILLINOHAST T. J., book- 
keeper, 81 Wellington 

Tindall Thomas, laborer, James 

Tinnes William, laborer, Princess 



Tisdale Samuel, laborer, Arch 
Titus George, mariner, Union 
Tobins Richard, laborer. Gore 
Tobin Thomas, moulder, 405 King 
Todd Robert, shoemaker, Ontario 
Tomkins Mrs. A., Young's Lane 
TomUnson Henry H., carpenter, 

Simcoe 
Tooher Thos., hotel keeper, 812 

Montreal 
Towers Wm., laborer, William 
Town Mrs. 314 King e 
Townsend Thomas, laborer, 84 

Upper Bagot 
TOYE R. H., baker and confec- 
tioner, 302 King e, h 102 Queen 
Tracy Francis, blacksmith, 38 

Rideau 
Treneer John, laborer. Earl 
Trainer Enoch, laborer, Barrie 
Trainer Mrs. Jane, 215 Earl 
Travis Joseph, carpenter, 78 Queen 
Traynor James, carpenter, Car 

Works 
Trendell John, trumpet major, 

♦'B" Battery, R.S.G. 
Trowell John, mariner, Wellington 
Tucker John, 196 Sydenham 
Tucker Thomas, laborer, 16 Bond- 
head 
Turbet J., grocer, cor Barrie & 

Earl 
Turcott Alfred, carpenter. Gore 
Turcott Nicholas, laborer. Earl 
Turnbnll Alex., painter, bds 47 

Princess 
Turnbull Thomas sr., engineer, 

Kingston Foundry 
Turner Daniel, bookkeeper, bds 

St. Lawrence Hotel 
Turner D. C, bartender, 143 

Princess 
Turner G. W., shipper, 103 Wel- 
lington 
Turner Mrs. Isabella, Welling- 
ton 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Turning Thos., laborer, bds 103 
Brock 

Turpin H., laborer, 146 Colborne 

Turpin Mrs. Jane, tailoress, 146 
Colborne 

Tuttle John, mariner, n s Centre 

Tutton Fred., machinist, Syden- 
ham 

Tweddell John, merchant tailor, 
125 Princess, h 200 Queen 

Tweed Thomas, 47 Arch 

Twigg John gardener, 19 Gordon 

Twiss Francis, carter, 117 Barrack 

TWITCHELL M. H., United 
States lonsul, 32 Clarence, h 26 
Wellington 

Twohey Mrs. Ann, 264 Earl 

TWOHEY REV. P. A. (Roman 
Catholic) 225 Johnson 

Tye Isaac, laborer, Victoria 
Foundry 

Tyeo John, laborer, Alfred 

TYNER WILLIAM H. (Noon & 
Tyner) h 84 Union 

Tyo Stephen, mariner, cor Mon- 
treal and Stephen 

UNITED STATES CONSU- 
LATE OFFICE, M. H. Twitch- 
ell, consul, 82 Clarence 

Upper Joseph, contractor, King 

Urquhart Arch, com. traveller, 
112 Montreal 

Urquhart Wm., stone cutter, 112 
Montreal 

Vair George T., salesman, 880 
Johnson 

Vanarnam Chas. A., confectioner, 
850 King 

Vanarnam Gideon, trader, 25 Earl 

Vandewatcr John, agent, 46 Dur- 
ham 

Vandowater John, carpenter, Car 
Works 

Vandewatcr, R. W., general in- 
Huraucc agent, office Stevenson 
& Go's piano factory, h 48 George 



Vandussen Wm., laborer. Ord- 
nance 
Vanluven Thos., county treasurer. 

Princess 
Vanwinkle Jacob, carpenter, Mon- 
treal 
Vanorder John, laborer, Loco. 

Works 
Varault Mrs. Margaret, Earl 
Varney Richard, hotel, King w 
Varney Wm., moulder. Loco. 

Works 
VAN TASSEL W. A., manager 

Haines & Locket, h 134 Princess 
Veal Elijah, painter, 154 York 
Veal Elijah, painter, 173 Nelson 
Veevers Henry, grinder. Cotton Co 
Vick David, laborer, Stephen 
VICTORIA FOUNDRY, Chown 

& Cunningham proprs., cor 

King & Queen 
Villiers Major Henry, D.A.G., 

King w 
Vince Samuel, finisher, Kingston 

Foundry 
Vince Wm., engineer, 19 Ontario 
Virtue Mrs. Mathew, laundress, 

269 Division 
Vital Mathew, mason. Division 
Voigt F. C, clerk, P. 0., 226 

Johnson 
Voigt Henry C, accountant, 226 

Johnson 
Volume James, shoemaker, 59 

Elm 
WA.DE HENRY, druggist, cor 

King & Brock, h 89 Gore 
Wade Thomas, carpenter, 89 

Gore 
Wtiddell 1). A., harnessmaker, 

2H7 WoUington 
Waddell Robert, 816 Johnson 
WADDINGTON BROS., (Wm., 

Goo. & Henry,) butchers, 818 

King 0, ros Bath road. (Seeadvt.) 
Wagar T. S., turner, 94 Division 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



91 



WAGGONER BROS., (Joseph & 
John,) proprs. Waggoner House, 
298 Ontario 

WAGGONER HOUSE (Wag- 
goner Bros.) 298 Ontario 

WAGGONER JOSEPH, clerk 
Waggoner House 

Waite Willeughy, laborer, Syden- 
ham 

Waite Wm., carter, Sydenham 

Waldron George R., broommaker, 
Second 

Waldron John, laborer, 189 Col- 
borne 

WALDRON RICHARD, dry 
goods, cor Wellington & Brock, 
h 180 Bagot 

Walen Patrick, tanner, n s John, 
nr Montreal 

Wales Robert, 135 Kmg w 

WALKEM RICHARD, (Walkem 
& Walkem,) h 60 Barrie 

WALKEM & WALKEM, (Richard 
T. Walkem, Q.C., & Joseph B. 
Walkem J barristers, 93 Clar- 
ence. [See card.) 

Walker Mrs. Catharine, 12 Clergy 

WALKER MAJOR GEORGE 
ROBERT, R.E., R. M. C. 

Walker J. S., salesman, 214 
Queen 

Walker Mrs. Sarah, 232 Syden- 
ham 

Wallace Mrs. Andrew, boarding, 
103 Brock 

Walling E., sergeant "B" Battery, 
Fort Henry 

Walsh A., corporal *'B" Battery, 
Fort Henry 

Walsh Edw. A., printer. Whig 

WALSH EDWIN, salesman, 338 
Montreal 

Walsh George, loom fixer, Mon- 
treal 

Walsh Jas., moulder, Loco. Works 

Walsh Jas., cabman, Johnson 



Walsh Jas., loom fixer, Montreal 
Walsh Jas. H., Montreal, nr James 
Walsh John, laborer, Wilham 
Walsh John, jr., carter, William 
Walsh John J., 76 Gore 
Walsh Max., pohsher, 194 Syden- 
ham 
Walsh Mrs. Mary, laundress, foot 

Queen 
Walsh Michaelf butcher, 310 King 

e, h 624 Princess 
Walsh Mrs. M. H., milhnery, 354 

King, h 76 Gore 
WALSH PATRICK J., (Walsh 

& Steacy,) h 57 Arch 
Walsh Patrick, coal dealer, cor 

Ontario and Barrack, h Ontario 
Walsh P. H. W., salesman, 57 

Arch 
Walsh Robert, clerk, William 
WALSH & STEACY (Patrick J. 

Walsh and Edward T. Steacy) 

dry goods, etc., 106 Princess 
Walsh Thomas, foreman weaver, 

Montreal 
Walsh Wm., mechanic, Montreal 
Wandell Mrs. Martha, 138 Victoria 
Wannocott Robert, laborer, n s 

Charles 
WARD JOHN, grocer, 337 Prm- 

cess, h Johnson 
Ward John, salesman, bds 

Beaupre's Hotel 
Ward John, laborer, 31 Bondhead 
Ward Maurice, carpenter, Johnson 
Ward Prestly, blacksmith Wade's 

Lane 
Ward Thomas, butcher, Princess 
Ward Wm., engineer, Barrie 
Warden Mrs. Catherine, 135 Col- 
borne 
Warrick Chas. J., carpenter, 84 

Arch 
Warrick Mrs. Mary, 86 Arch 
Washington Thos., marble cutter, 

Johnson 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Waters Geo., clerk Bagot 
Waters John, baker, 33 Rideau 
Waters Wm., driver Sbedden Co., 

19 O'Kill 
Watbam Pbilip, laborer, 293 King 
Watkins George, 262 Victoria 
Watkins John, stone cutter, 136 

Colborne 
Watson Benjamin, 250 Gordon 
Watson Geo., laboifer, 413 Johnson 
WATSON JOHN, M.A,, LL.D., 

professor Queen's College 
Watson Mrs. M., Brock 
Watson Thomas, sailor, bds 188 

Colborne 
Watson William, shoemaker, 136 

Colborne 
Watson William J., confectioner, 

282 Princess 
Watt James, shoemaker, 403 King 
Watt James, carter. Earl 
Watt Mrs. Martha, n s Charles 
Watts John, laborer. Loco. Works 
Webb George, laborer, Kingston' 

Hospital 
Webb William, laborer, Young's 

Lane 
WEBER G. M., (G. M. Weber & 

Co.,) h 186 WeUington 
WEBER G. M. & CO., (G. M. 

Weber & Jas. McManus,) piano 

manufacturers, 42 Princess 

[See adv.) 
Webster, Bates & Co., (W. J. 

Webster & J. J. Bates,) manu- 
facturers brooms, blacking etc., 

265 Ontario 
Webster E. W., bds Windsor 

Hotel 
Webster W. J., (Webster, Bates 

& Co.) Montreal 
Weir James, steward K. P., 27 

Pembroke 
WEIGHTS & MEASURES OF- 
FICE, C. B. Cryslcr, inspector, 

45 ClarcDco 



Welch Charles, marblec utter, 185 

Division 
Welch E. R. & Son, (E. R. & 
Fred.,) proprs. Canada Marble 
Works, cor Princess & Clergy 
Welch E. R., (E. R.Welch & Son,) 

h 179 Division 
Welch Fred., (E. R. Welch & 

Son,) h 4 Vaughan Terrace 
Welch John, accountant, 67 Earl 
Welch Patrick, carpenter, 87 

Princess 
Wells Henry, harnessmaker and 

livery keeper, 53 Princess 
I Westlake John P., tailor, 386 

Johnson 
Whalen Patrick, beamer, WiUiam 
Whalen Mrs. Margaret, William 
Wharin William, 188 Ordnance 
Wheeler Joseph, pianomaker, 90 

Bondhead 
Whitcher C. H., broker, 271 Prin- 
cess 
Whitcomb Mrs. M., Brock 
White Benj., carpenter, 98 Bar- 
rack 
White Miss Eliza, WilUam 
White H. B., clerk, bds Burnett 

House 
White J. T., district agent Canada 
Life Assurance Co., 48 Clrrence, 
h cor Earl & Gordon 
White Mrs., cor Ontario & Clarence 
White Robt., dyer, 79-89 Princess 
White Mrs. S., 108 Barrack 
WHITE S. P., tobacconist, 128 

Princess 
Whitehead A., carpenter, Car 

Works 
Whitehead D. R., com. traveller, 

79 Colborne 
Whitehead J., laborer, n s Centre 
Whitehead Jan., real estate agent, 

cor King k Brock 
WHITING JOHN L., B.A. (Brit- 
ton & Whiting) h 152 Bagot 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



93 



Wilkins John jr., laborer, 16 
George 

Wilkinson George E., (Geo. M. 
Wilsonson & Son,) 165 Queen 

Wilkinson George M., (Geo. M. 
Wilkinson & Son,) h 165 Queen 

Wilkinson Geo. M. & Son, (H. J. 
& G. E.,) grocers, 201-8 Prin- 
cess & 178-80 Wellington 

Wilkinson H. J. (Geo. M. Wilkin- 
son & Son,) h 73 William 

Wilkinson Mrs. Mary, Park, cor 
Victoria 

Williams Edward, wood mer- 
chant, 23 Earl 

Williams H., laborer. Loco. Works 

Wilhams John, laborer, 24 Wade's 
lane 

W^illiams Manley, hotel, Ontario, 
cor Queen 

W^illiams Mrs. M., Earl 

Williams Thos., moulder. Loco. 
Works 

Williamson Adam, carpenter, 115 
Gore 

Williamson F., mariner, Barrack 

WILLIAMSON REV. JAMES, 
M.A., LL.D., Vice Principal 
Queen's College, 136 Earl 

Williamson James, moulder, 38 
Collingwood 

WilUs James, blacksmith, Loco. 
Works 

W^ills — , barber, 221 Princess 

Willoughby James, laborer. Brock 

Wilmot Edward, blacksmith, 200 
William ■ 

W^ilmot Henry, carpenter, 200 
William 

Wilmot Nathaniel, blacksmith, 39 
Montreal, h 141 Ordnance 

Wilson Bros. (H. W. and R. J.) 
druggist, cor Princess and Mon- 
treal, h Union, opp Drill Shed 

Wilson Bros. (Thos. C. and Wm.) 
livery keepers, 120 Clarence 



Wilson Charles, laborer. Loco. 

Works 
Wilson David, printer, 196 Bagot 
Wilson Edward. 211 Colborne 
Wilson Edward B., Second 
Wilson George, laborer, Colborne 
Wilson G. F., stone cutter, 81 

Colborne 
WILSON REV. HENRY, D.D., 

Church of England, s s Gore 
WILSON REV. J., Methodist 

Episcopal, Division 
WILSON JAS., manager Water 

Works, 28 Barrie 
Wilson John, gardener, 9 Upper 

James 
Wilson J. F., laborer, 302 King w 
Wilson Joseph, mason, 52 Bay 
Wilson Robert, blacksmith, Loco. 

Works 
Wilson Mrs. Sarah E., 138 King e 
Wilson Thomas, stove mounter, 

Victoria Foundry 
WILSON W. J., druggist, (suc- 
cessor to Heath & Gunn,) 185 

Princess 
Wilson Wm., manager Kingston 

Cotton Company, Montreal 
Wilton Henry, harness maker, 

167 Princess 
WINDSOR HOTEL, Martin 

O'Brien, prop., 205-9 Princess 
WINGFIELD & CO., registry 

office for unemployed, real es- 
tate insurance & collectors, 9 

Montreal 
WINGFIELD JAMES,(Wingfield 

& Co.,) 9 Montreal 
Wisdom Jno, laborer. Loco. Works 
Wisdom Jno., carpenter, 489 Alfred 
Wishart John, engineer. Arch 
W^onham P. C. R., bookkeeper, 

Bank Montreal 
Wood Mrs. Ann, 793 Montreal 
Wood Bros., (H. A. W. & T. W.) 

watchmakers, 236 Princess 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Wood Charles, driver, Chatham 
Wood George, laborer, Beverly 
Wood Chester, carpenter, 793 

Montreal 
Wood Mrs. Mary, Chatham 
Wood Samuel, laborer. Park 
Wood Thomas, tailor. Gore 
Wood Wm., gardener, 390 Prin- 
cess 
Woodford James, blacksmith,Loco. 

Works 
Woodhard James, hd Princess 
Woodrow Wm., laborer. Gore 
Woods Charles, printer, 134 Chat- 
ham 
Woods George, laborer. King w 
Woods L. M., 7-cent store, 101 

Princess 
Woods Mrs. Mary, 203 Wellington 
Woods Samuel, laborer. Car Works 
Woollard Miss Charlotte, 629 

Princess 
Woollard Peter, mariner, Ontario 
Woollard Wm., salesman, 619 

Princess 
Woollard Wm. J., clerk, 619 

Princess 
Wooton John, pensioner, 303 

Montreal 
Wormworth Wm., piano maker, 

Clergy 
Worsley Lt.-Col. P. W., 35 Centre 
Worth J., farrier sergeant *' B " 

Battery, R.S.G. 
WRIGHT CLARK (Clark Wright 

& Son) h 21 Colborne 
WRIGHT CLARK & SON, (Clark 

and C. W.,) hatters and furriers, 

132 Wellington 
WRIGHT C. W., (Clark Wright & 

Son,) h 21 Colborne 
Wright George, carpenter, 110 

Barrack 



Wright John, carter, 303 King w 
Wright John, gardener, 270 

Johnson 
Wright John, 26 Place de Armes 
Wright Mrs. R. H., card printing, 

107 Brock 
Wright Robert H., carpenter, 107 

Brock 
Wright William, butcher, 258 

Princess 
WURTELE LIEUT. ALFRED 

GEORGE GODFREY, CM., 

R.M. College 
Wrigley John, rollercoupler. Cot- 
ton Co. 
WyHe George, carpenter, 28 Place 

de Armes 
Yates Mrs. EHzabeth, 64 William 
Yates James, carpenter, 258 Earl 
Yates Joseph, printer, 64 Wilham 
Yeadow Henry, laborer. Union 
Youlden Henry, engineer, Rideau 
Young George, shoemaker, 198 

Colborne 
Young George, shoemaker, Second 
YOUNG GEORGE, AGENT The 

Sheddon Co. (Limited), 216 

Gordon 
Young Henry, moulder. Loco. 

Works 
Young Mrs. Jane, Rideau 
Young John, M.D., 232 Princess 
Young Richard, mason, 269 Gor- 
don 
Young Stephen, currier, 43 Duf- 

ferin 
Young William, laborer. Pine 
Young William., 291 King 
Yule James, bookkeeper, 105 Gore 
Zeigler George, brewer, 88 Upper 

Bagot 
Zimmerman Nicholas, foreman, 

Loco. Works 



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No 251, corner Princess & Sydenham Streets, Kingston, Ont. All 
branches of undertaking attended to. Has constantly on 

hand all kinds of 

Both wooden and metallic. A complete stock of SHROUDS of 
every description, and all things appertaining to his line. Keeps 
always for use the best quaUty of embalming fluids. His Hearses 
are first-class. Funerals conducted in the city and county on most 
reasonable terms. 



City of Hamilton, published every February , $2.50 

City of Kingston, published every two years 2.00 

City of Brantford and County of Brant 2.00 

County of York 2 .00 

County of Perth jtbo 

County of Waterloo 2.00 

County of Simcoe 2.00 

County of Halton i .50 

County of Wentworth 2 .00 

Oirectories of Montreal, H^^ ; Xoronfo, 3; Quebec, $2*50 ; City 
of Gnelpb and County Vkrellinstou, $j ; I^ondon (Ont.) 4I3, Sent 
on receipt of Price. 



SUBSCRIBERS' 

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



ALE, BEER AND WINE BOTTLEBS. 

Harback H. A., 69 Princess 
Pipe W., 285 Princess 

ARCHITECTS. 

Power & Son, Wellington 

AUCTIONEER. 

Hutcheson James E., 86 Brock 

BANKS. 

Bank British North America, City 
Hall 

Federal, cor Wellington Sc Clar- 
ence 

Merchants, King e 

Montreal, King e 

BANKERS. 

Carruthers Bros., 44 Clarence 
Fraser Donald, 842 King e 
Simpson Isaac, 55 Clarence 

^ARRISTBRS AND SOLICITORS. 

Agnew James, City Hall 
Britton & Whiting, 69 Clarence 
Kirkpatrick & Rogers, 194 Ontario 
Mclntyro John, 304 King o 
Macdonald & Mudio, 88 Clarence 
MacMalion John D., 86 Clarence 
Shaw Robert, 169 Princess 
Smythe K. H., 192 Ontario 



Snook T. L., 832 King e 
Walkem & Walkem, 93 Clarence 

BOOK BINDERS. 

McAuley Thomas, 356 King e 
Smith H. Stalleraffe, 48 Brock 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

British & Foreign Bible Society 
Depository, G. S. Hobart, 165 
Princess 
Henderson John & Co., 88 Princess 
I London Tract Society, G. W. An- 
' drews, 190 Wellington 
! McAuley Thomas, 356 King e 
Nisbet Francis, Brock cor Wel- 
lington 
Simmonds Alfred, 228 Princess 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Armstrong D. F., 141 Princess 
Haines & Lockett, 184 Princess 
Rose Edwin, 188 Princess 

BREWERS. 

Bajus P., 808 Welhngton 
Kelly, McKay & Daunt, King w 

BUILDING AND LOAN COMPANIES. 

Frontcnac Loan & Investment, 49 
Clarence 

Ontario Building & Savings, Clar- 
ence 



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BUTCHERS. 

Waddington Bros., 818 King e 

CAHRIAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

Brown J. W. & Co., 808 Barrie 
Laturney James, 892 Princess 
McCrea. T. W., 479 Princess 

CARTAGE AGENTS. 

Shedden Co., (limited) George 
Young, agent, cor Ontario & 
William 

CARVERS AND GILDERS. 

Ohlke & Leader, Brock 

CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS. 

Hobart G. S., 185 Princess 
Wade Henry, cor King & Brock 
Wilson W. J., 185 Princess 

CHINA, GLASSWARE ETC. 

Ockley Vincent & Sons, 115-7 

Princess 
Robertson Bros., 187 Princess 

CLOTHIERS AND GENTS' FURNISHERS. 

Anis W. G., 86 Princess 
Dunbar & Co., 100 Princess 
Lambert & Walsh, 226 Princess 
McNaughton & Co., cor King & 
Princess 

CONFECTIONERS, ETC. 

Gardiner J. 0. & Co., cor Earl & 

Division, manufacturers 
Mason G. A., 814 King e 
Newman R. J. J., 822 King e 
ToyeR. H., 802 King e 

DENTIST. 

Clements Leonard, 140 Welling- 
ton 



DRY GOODS. 

Bowes & Bisonette, 204 Princess 

Cousineau F. X. & Co,, 80 Prin- 
cess 

Hardy & Murray, 176 Princess 

Macnee & Minnes, wholesale, cor 
Princess & Bagot 

Richmond & Boyden, 118-20 Prin- 
cess 

Ross Alex., 128 Princess 

Shaw Felix, cor Princess & Wel- 
lington 

Spencer & Crumley, 182-4 Prin- 
cess 

Waldron Richard, cor Wellington 
& Brock 

Walsh & Steacy, 106 Princess 

ENGINE AND BOILER MANUFACTURERS. 

McEwen & Son, 54 Queen 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

American Express Co., cor King 

& Brock 
Canadian Express Co., cor King 

& Brock 

FORWARDING COMPANY. 

Montreal Transportation Co., J. 
Duncan Thompson, agent, foot 
Queen 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. 

Chown & Cunningham, Victoria 

Foundry, cor King & Queen 
Eavidson, Doran & Co., 87 Ontario 

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS AND 
DEALERS. 

Brame Henry, 251 Princess 
Drennan W. M., 75 Princess 
Jackson John M., 118 Brock 
Main R. J., 165 Princess 
Reid James, 254 Princess 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



JOHN A. BIC9IAHON, i WALKEM & WALKEM, 



Solicitor, Notary &c., 

36 Clarence St., 



(Richard T. Walkem, Q.C., Jos. B. Walkem.) 

SOLICITORS &c. 



93 Clarence Street, 
Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. KINGSTON, - - ONTARIO. 



R.W. SHANNON, M.A., 

Barrister, Solicitor &c. 



'DAILY NEWS' BUILDING, 
KINGSTON, - - ONTARIO. 



L. CLEMENTS, LLS., 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE : 

Oppo!ite M Office, WelliagtoD St. 

Established in Kingston in 1857. 



GROCERS. 

Browne James & Co., wholesale, 

Ontario 
FarreU Thomas, Market Square 
Gunn A. & Co., wholesale, 125-7 

Ontario 
McRae & Co., cor Wellington & 

Brock 
Maguire Hugh, cor Princess & 

Montreal 
Oakley Vincent & Sons, 116-17 

Princess 
Pantry Grocery & Provision Co., 

174 Princess 
Parkhill J. Y., 270 Princess 
Redden James, 178 Princess 
Robertson Geo. & Son, wholesale 

Ontario 
Scott N. K., cor Princess k Bagot 
Slioro Loynes A Co., 26G Princess 
Stroud Bros., 109 Princess 



HARDWARE. 

Chown A., 252 Bagot 
Corbett John, cor Princess & Wel- 
lington 
Hamer John, 55 Princess 
Horsey R. M., 189 Princess 
McMahon Bros., 86-7 Princess 
Muckleston A. k Co., 71-3 Prin- 
cess 
Rudd T. G., 202 Princess 
Strachan Arch., cor Princess k 
Montreal 

HATS AND GAPS. 

C. 0. D. Store, 206 Princess 
Galloway James, 84 Princess 
Mills Geo. & Co., 170 WelUng- 

ton 
Wright Clark & Son, 182 Wei- 

lington 



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HOTELS. 

Albion P. McLaughlin, cor Mon- 
treal 

British American, H. McFaul, 
cor King & Clarence 

Waggoner House, Waggoner Bros., 
298 Ontario 

New Burnett House, W. Fralick, 
Ontario 

St. Lawrence, Henry Grimshaw, 
cor King & Queen 

Windsor, Martin O'Brien, 205-9 
Princess 

INSUEANCE COMPANIES AND AGENTS. 

Accident Ins. Co., J. P. Gilder- 
sleeve, 42 Clarence 

Boiler Inspection & Ins. Co., J. P. 
Gildersleeve, 42 Clarence 

Caledonia Fire, J. P. Gildersleeve, 
42 Clarence 

Commercial Union Assurance, 
fire & Hfe, Strange & Strange, 
57 Clarence 

North British Mercantile Ins. Co., 
M. Flanagan, City Hall 

Ontario Mutual Life Association, 
James Wingfield, 9 Montreal 

Royal Canadian, fire & marine, 
J. P. Gildersleeve, 42 Clarence 

Royal Fire & Life Ins., Strange & 
Strange, 57 Clarence 

Standard Life Assurance, J. P. 
Gildersleeve, 42 Clarence 

Tontine Mutual Benefit Associa- 
tion, James Wingfield, 9 Mon- 
treal 

IRON LADDERS. 

Laturney, 392 Princess 

LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. 

Canadian Locomotive & Engine 
Co., Ontario 



LUMBER DEALERS. 

Caldwell A. & Son, cor Ontario & 

Place de Armes 
Noon & Tyner, Ontario 
Strachan M. & Son, 55 Gore, and 

Barriefield 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Dujibar & Co., 100 Princess 
Lambert & Walsh, 226 Princess 
Livingston C. & Bro., 69 Brock 
McNaughton & Co., cor King and 

Princess 
Moore Thomas, 59 Brock 
TiUinghast T. C, 79 Brock 

MUSIC DEALEBS. 

Carey Wm. & Son, 159 Princess 
Henderson John & Co., 88 Prin- 
cess 
McAuley Thomas, 356 King e 

PHOTOGRAPHER. 

Henderson Henry, 90 Princess 

NEWSPAPERS. 

British Whig, 836 King e 
Chronicle & News, 67 Princess 
Daily News, 67 Princess 
Queen's College Journal, College 

Building 
Weekly British Whig, 336 King e 

PAINTERS AND PAPERHANGERS. 

McMahon Thomas, cor Brock and 

Bagot 
Robinson Wm. (fe Son, 275 Bagot 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Fee Samuel H., 405 Princess 
Fen wick K. N., 141 King e 
Garrett Richard Wm., B.A., 201 
Wellington 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Irwin Chamberlen, cor King and 

William 
LaveU C. H., 155 Brock 
Lavell M. 267 Brock 
Saunders H. J. 244 King e 
Strange 0. S., cor King & Union 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

Carey W. & Son, 159 Princess 
George Joseph, 110-14 Gore 
Stevenson & Co., cor Princess and 

Ontario 
Weber G. M. & Co., 42 Princess 

PLANING MILLS, SASH AND DOORS. 

Strachan M. & Son, Barriefiuld 

PRINTERS, BOOK AND JOB. 

Baillie Bros. , Wellington 
British Whig, 836-40 King e 
Daily News, 67 Princess 
Smith John, 849 King e 

ROOMPAPBR AND PAPERHANGERS. 

Robinson Wm. J., 277 Bagot 
McMahon Thomas, cor Brock and 
Bagot 

SECOND HAND BOOKS. 

Simmon ds Alfred, 228 Princess ' 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Cunningham John, 3 18 King e 
Singer, F. W. Irwin, 238 Princess 

STEAMSHIP LINES (oCEAN). 

Dominion, J. P. Gildcrsleeve, 42 

Clarence 
Inman, J. P. Gildereleeve, 42 

Clarence 



National, J. P. Gildersleeve. 42 
Clarence 

STOVES, TINWARE, ETC. 

Chown & Cunningham 248 Bagot 
McKelvey & Birch, 71 Brock 
Reid Jas., cor Union and Division 

TINSMITH (manufacturing.) 

Reid Jas., cor Union and Division 

UPHOLSTERING (mAUFACTURING.) 

Jackson John M., 113 Brock 

UNITED STATES CONSUL. 

Twitchell M. H., 82 Clarence 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC., 

Routley W. H., 173 Princess 
White Samuel P., 123 Princess 

UNDDRTAKERS. 

Brame Henry, cor Prineess and 

Syrenham 
Reid James, 254 Princess 

VARIETIES. 

McNaughton Bros., 175 Princess 
Mahood Wm. J., 113 Princess 
Woods L. M. 101 Princess 

VINEGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Ilaaz Bros., 130-2 Ontario 

WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. 

Johnston Albert E., 192 WoUing- 

ton 
Smith Bros., 345 King e 
Spaugoberg F. W , 847 King e 



00"Cr:tTT-2" 

—OF— 



This County is bounded on the north by Renfrew, on the south 
by the River St. Lawrence, on the east by Lanark and Leeds, on the 
west by Hastings, and on the south-west by Lennox. It consists of 
the Townships of Barrie, Bedford, Clarendon & Miller, Hinchinbrooke, 
Howe Island, Kennebec, Kingston, Loughboro, Olden, Oso, Palmers- 
ton and North and South Canonto, Pittsburg, Portland, Storrington, 
Wolfe Island, and the incorporated Villages of Portsmouth and 
Garden Island. 

The County of Frontenac was named after the founder of the 
first settlement in Upper Canada, Count de Frontenac, who built a 
fort on the banks of the Cataraqui in July, 1673. 

In 1674 De la SaUe obtained from Louis XIV., King of France, 
the fort and four leagues of land along the border of Lake Frontenac 
(Ontario), the two islands in front, and the interjacent islands. On 
the 27th of August, 1758, Colonel Bradstreet took possession, and 
from that date commenced the British rule. In 1874 the U. E. 
Loyalists commenced to settle in this County. The first settler was 
Captain Grass, who took up land in Kingston Township. After the 
war of 1812 Sir John Johnson selected the shores of the Bay of 
Quinte and vicinity for discharged soldiers and others, who settled 
here in large numbers. The County includes every variety of land, 
and is rich in minerals. The back townships are now open for settle- 
ment, and, with the extension of the Kingston and Pembroke Railway, 
the County will in the course of a few years have a much larger 
population than at present. Number of acres about 600,000 ; popu- 
lation about 16,000. 



I02 COUNTY OF FRONTENAC. 

COUNTY COUNCII^, 1883. 

D. J. WALKER. Esq., Inverary P.O.. Warden. 

Barrie. — Tapping, T.. reeve, Hardinge. 

Bedford. — Tett, B.. reeve, Bedford Mills. 

Clarendon & Miller. — Dawson. G. W., reeve, Plevna. 

HiNCHiNBROOK. — McKeever, J., reeve, Godfrey. 

Howe Island. — Quinn, J. H., reeve, Howe Island. 

Kingston. — VanLuven, A. P., reeve, Murvale. T. Buck, deputy reeve, Cata- 
raqui. 

Kennebec, — Williams, J., reeve. 

LouGHBORo. — Woodruff, J., reeve, Rutledge, J., deputy-reeve, Loughboro. 

Oso. — Bourk, W., reeve, Oso Station. 

Oi.den. — Flynn, Robert, reeve, Mountain Grove. 

Palmerston & North and South Canonto. — McKenzie, J., Mississippi. 

Portland. — Denison. George, reeve, Hartington. Murton, J., deputy reeve, 
Murvale. 

Pittsburgh. — Patterson, R. S.. reeve, Kingston. Whitney. T., deputy reeve, 
Pittsferry. 

Storrington. — Walker, D. J., reeve, Inverary. Shannon, R., deputy reeve, 
Sunbury. 

Wolfe Island. — Hogan, T., reeve; Grant, D., deputy reeve, Wolfe Island. 

Garden Island. — Calvin. D.D. Reeve. 

Portsmouth. — Adams, J., reeve. 



COUNTY OFFICHRS. 

D. J. Walker, Warden ; C. V. Price. Judge; William Ferguson. Sheriff; B. 
M. Britton. Clerk of Peace and County Attorney ; John Eraser, County Court 
Clerk and Deputy Clerk of Crown and Pleas ; R. M. Rose. Registrar; Thos. F. 
Vanluven. Treasurer; F. Elkington, County Clerk; John Agnew, M.A.. M.D., 
Inspector of Public Schools; C. H. Corbett. Esq., Governor of Jail ; A. S. Oliver, 
M.D.. Surgeon of County Jail; Auditors: E. N. Gurney and A. Brown, Treas- 
urer's Accounts; Thos. Hogan. F. Elkington. Administration of Justice Ac- 
counts ; John Ashley. Court House Keeper. 



TO^WNSHIP CI^BRKS. 

Barrie. — W. Deighton Cloyne. 

Bedford. — R. Cook Fermoy. 

Clarendon. — E. Playfair Plevna. 

HiNCHiNBRooK. — J. Hamilton Parham. 

Howe Island. — M. Melville Howe Island. 

Kennebec. — W. Patterson Arden. 

Kingston. — John Simpson Cataraqui. 

Loughboro. — J. Wilson * Sydenham. 

Olden. — M. W. Price Arden. 

Oso. — H. Rigney Maberly. 



COUNTY OF FRONTENAC. I03 



Palmerston. — J. Elkington, M.D Ompah. 

Pittsburg. — Chas. Belwa Barriefield. 

Portland.— J. Donnelly Harrowsmith. 

Storrington. — A. Richie Inverary. 

Wolfe Island.— F. A. Hatfield Wolfe Island. 



DIVISIOI^ COURX CI.HRKS. 

No. I, Wm. Robinson, Kingston; 2, P. McKim, Cataraqui ; 3, Charles Ruttan, 
Loughboro ; 4, Alex. Grant, Verona ; 5, D.J. Walker, Inverary. 

AGRICUI^XURAI^ SOCIEXY. 

County of Frontenac Agricultural Society. — R. J. Dunlop, President, 
Kingston ; J. H. Metcalfe, ist Vice-President, Kingston ; D. J. Walker, 2nd Vice- 
President, Kingston ; Isaac Simpson, Treasurer, Kingston ; Francis Elkington, 
Secretary, Kingston. 



47tli BAXXAI^ION. 

Geo. A. Kirkpatrick, Lieut.-Colonel ; George Hunter, Henry R. Smith, Majors ; 
W. M. Baillie, Adjuntant ; John R. Smith, Surgeon ; James McCammon, Asst.- 
Surgeon. 

No. I, Storrington. — Robert Huton, Captain; Alex. Sharp, Lieutenant. 

No. 2, Inverary. — Joseph Healey, Captain ; David James, Lieutenant. 

No. 3, Elginburg. — Charles N. Spooner, Captain ; Charles Irvin, Lieutenant. 

No. 4, Portsmouth. — Thomas Kelly, Captain ; Edwin Atrons, Lieutenant. 

No. 5, Barriefield. — James Byrne, Captain. 

No. 6, Wolfe Island. — I. H. Bradford, Captain; M. A. Kemp, Lieutenant 

No. 7. — Elijah Joyney, Captain; N. P. Joyney, Lieutenant. 



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Xj'ULzxi'bexzin.ezi, 
BEDFORD MILLS, ONTARIO. 



K CAYERLY, 

GENERAL MERCHANT 



AND issuer of 



MARRIAGE LICENSES, 



Applications Strictly Confidential 



TOWNSHIP OF B AERIE. 



Acres assessed, 13,422. Population, 458. 

See also the following Villages in the Township : Hardinge, Harlowe. 

tST The letter t in italics signifies tenant ; all the rest are owners. 



Post Office 
Armstrong John, Cloyne 
Armstrong Thos, 
Benny John 
Benny Wm, Harlow 
Benyard Robert, Cloyne 
Bishop Albert, Harlow 
Bishop Edgar, 
Bishop Geo, Cloyne 
Bishop Richard, Harlow 
Bosley Frs. sen., Cloyne 
Bosley Frs, 
Bott Ernest, 
Bott George, Harlow 
Brown David, 
Brown Irwin, 
Burgess Phil, Cloyne. 
Campbell Arth, Harlow 
Clifford Johp. Cloyne 
Cole Frank, " 

Cole Fred, 

Cole Lafayette, " 

Cole Orlando, 
Connor Geo, Harlow 
Cornell John. Cloyne 
Cuddy Sam, Harlow 
Cummings W. Cloyne 
Curtiss N, Harlow 
Deighton Wm, Cloyne 
Dalyea Alex. Harlow 
Delyea Isaac, Cloyne 
Dempsey Thos, 
Dempsey Wm. " 

Earl John, Harlow 
Eustace David. " 



Post Office 
Grey Robert 
Hawley, Peter, Cloyne 
Herbert George, 
Kennelly Edw, 
Kennelly John, " 

Killenbeck Wm, Plevna 
Lake Daley. Cloyne 
Lake Henry, 
Loux Abraham, Harlow 
McCausland Wm, Cloyne 
McGregor Chas, 
McLaren Finlay, 
McLaren Wm, 
McMillan Donald, " 
Maynard John, " 
Maynard Wm, 
Meeks Andrew, 
Meeks Dennison, 
Miller Adolphus. " 
Miller Francis, 
Mitchell John 
Morgan Daniel, Harlow 
Morgan Edward '* 
Neal Thomas, 
Pettiford Hugh, Cloyne 
Perry John. " 

Perry Thomas, 
Pipe John, Harlow 
Pipe William, 
Richardson A. Cloyne 
Richardson (ieorge, " 
Richardson Thomas. " 
Rosenbloth Aug. Harding 
Rosenbloth Chas. " 



Post Office 
Roy James, Cloyne 
Salmon Wm, 
Scott Robert, 
Snaw Robert, Plevna 
Snider Bilins, Cloyne 
Snider Joshua, 
Spencer Amos, Harlow 
Storey Peter, Cloyne 
Tapping James, Harlow 
Tapping Thos sr, Harding 
Tapping Thos, 
Teal Nelson, " t 

Thompson Andrew, " 
Thompson Couglas, " 
Thompson Joel, " 
Thompson John 
Thompson Samuel, " 
Vanalstine Bernard, ** 
Vanalstine James, " 
Vanalstine Roy, 
Warren James, " 

Wartman Secord, 
Webb Joseph, 
Weese David, Cloyne 
Wheeler George. Harlow / 
Whiteman Thos, 
Wicksware Alph, Cloyne 
Williams N, Tamworth 
Winters Abraham. Cloyne 
Winters Albert, 
Winters John sen, " 
Wiuters John. " 

Winters Thos. 
Wise William, Harlow. 



TOWNSHIP OF BEDFORD. 



This Township contains some very good land, and in some parts of the Town- 
ship large quantities of iron ore are found. 

Number of acres assessed, 49,523. Population 1,404. 

See also the following villages in the Township : Bedford Mills, Tichborne. 

The letter t in italics signifies tenant ; all the rest are owners. 



Post Office 
Algnire Dan, Westport 
Anderson J as, Fermoy 
Anderson W, Gleudower 
Asselstine Thos, Westport 
Asselstine W sr, Glendow'r 
Asoelstiua Wjr, 
Atcheson John, Westport 
Atcheson Robt, 
Atcheson Wra, 
Bain Israel, Fermoy 
Barker Noah, 
Barr Carson, 
Barr Edward, 
Barr Geo, 
Barr James, 
Barr Wm, 
Barr Wm jr, 
Barrett Jas, 
Barrett Wm, 
Bateman Henry, Westport 
Bedore Edw, Fermoy 
Bedore Jos jr, 
Bedore Jos sr, Parham 
Bedose Louis jr, 
Bedore Louis sr, Fermoy 
Bedore Maguire, 
Bennett John, " 

Boland Frs, 
Bottmg Ben. 
Botting John 
Botting Richard, 
Bradley Wm, 
Bradshaw Geo, Parham 
Bradshaw Wm, " 
Brash, Geo, Westport 
Brash Henry, " 

Brash John, 



Post Offico 
Brennan Peter, Fermoy 
Brewster Dan, " t 

Brewster Wm, Bed Mills t 
Bridgen Sam, Parham t 
Brswn Alpheus, Glendow'r 
Burkett Wm, Fermoy t 
Bualey John, 
Burns John, Bedf. Mills 
Burns Hugh, 
Burns Thos, 

Callaghan Jas, Westport 
Callaghan John, " 
Callaghan Michael, " 
Cameron John, " 

Campbell John, Fermoy 
Carr Edw. Bedford Mills 
Canley Patk, Westport 
Coate Alex, Fermoy 
Coate Joseph, 
Connell J, Bedford Mills 
Connell Sam, " 

Conners Jas. Glendower 
Conners John, 
Conners Michael, 
Cooke Robt, 

Coulter Ben, Glendower 
Coulter Daniel, 
Coulter James sr, 
Coulter James 
Cornwall Edw, Parham 
Conway Dan, Fermoy t 
Crow Martm, Glendower 
Crozier Thos, " 

Crozier Wm, 
Curie Robt, Parham 
Cutting John, Fermoy 
Daley John sr, Glendower 



Post Office 
Daley Peter, Glendower 
Donnegan M, Kingston 
Donohue Jas, Glendower 
Donohue Jer. Westport 
Donohue John, 
Donohue Ptk, Glendower t 
Doran Wm, Quebec 
Egan Ptk, Fermoy 
Ewing John, Westport 
Fitzgerald Edw, Fermoy 
Fitzgerald Thos, " 
Fitzgerald W, Glendower 
Fluke David, Bedf. Mills 
Forrester Wm, Fermoy 
Fox Geo, 

Frame Thos, Parham 
Frawley Mica, Glendower 
Frawley Timothy, " 
Garden Jas, Belford Mills 
Garvin Francis, Fermoy 
Garvin Thos, 
Gauhan Mich, Wastport 
Gillerby Jas, 
Golden Edw, Fermoy 
Good Fra. Parham 
Good George, Glendower 
Good Robt, 
Gray W H. 

Green Thos, " t 

Hamilton Jacob, Fermoy 
Hamilton Jas, Bedf. Mills 
Hamilton Geo. Fermoy 
Hamilton Geo, Parham t 
Hamilton Wm., 
Hannon John, Fermoy. 
Hanson Henry 
Harrington D„ 



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TOWNSHIP OF BEDFORD. 



PoakOflfee 

Harrington Tim, " 
Hastincs John. Parham 
Hastings Thos. Glendow'r 
Hastings Wm. Parham j 
Hempton ] G. 
Hickey Pa'tk. 

Hickey Thos, Fermoy i 

Hopkins Aaron. Giend'r | 
Howes Francis " | 

Howes Geo. Parham { 

Howes Rich. " | 

Hunter Alfred 
Hunter James, Opinion 
Hunter John. Parham | 
ennings John, Giend'r i 
ones Epan, D'Arcy t ' 
ones Jcim, 

ooesjos, " j 

ones Jus, " | 

ODes Step. Westport 
ones Wm, 

ndeePatk. / 

udfe Wm, -'' 

KeiUi Sylv'r, Westport 
Relly Francis, Parham 
Kelly James, 

Kellv Michael, Glendower : 
Kelly Terr. 

Kennedy David. Westf)ort i 
Kennedv John. '* t 

' " . John, Parham 

- . Sam. 
Kcicn Wm. Fennoy t 
Kilev John. Glendower 
Dilev Patk, 

Kirpatrick J. Bedfd Mills 
Kirpatrick R. Fermoy 
Ki^ John. 
Lake N C. Parham 
Lamarsh Ben. Bedl Mills 
Lee Wm. Fennoy 
L^fninw And Glendo^Rier 
Lemoo Jno Bedf ni MlUs 
Lewis Hugh. Fennoy 
Lunn John. Parham 
Lushaw Luke. Bedf. Mills 
Lttid R W. Fermoy 
McCalestjCT John. Ferroov 
McCalester Simeon," 
M cCartT Dan iel . Westport 
McCarty Danl jr. 
McCartT'ohn 
M^Car el " 

McCar ermoy 

McCeaver Henry. Giend'r 
McOarer Wm. 
McCew Edv. Westport 



Post Office 
McCew Frs, Westport 
McCew Ptk. 

McDonald Mich. Parham 
McFarland Geo. Opinion 
McGinnis Geo. Parham 
MoGowsm Thos. Fermoy 
McGregor Jno. Parham 
McKeaver J as. Glend r 
McNeil Jas. Fermoy 
McNichols John. Giend'r 
McNichols Ptk, 
McNichols Walt. 
Madden Jno, Westport 
Maranty Denis, 
Mararity John 
Mullriehilly J. 
Miss Wm. Glendower 
Mitchell Louis. Bed. Mills 
Murphy Jas. Fermoy 
Murphy Patk. 
Murphy Pete, 
Murray Jas. " 

Murray J<^m " 

Neley Barney. Giend'r 
Nicholson Edw. Opinion 
Nicholson Jas, Fermoy 
Nicholson John 
Nicholson Pirter 
Noonan Jas. 
Noonan John 
Nose^voithy J, Giend'r 
Nowland Jno. Fermov 
O'Brian J M, Bedfd Mills 
O'Connor Mich, Fermoy 
O'Connor Morris. " 
Page .Alfred 
Patterson, Robt. 
Patterson W. Westport 
Peters Elias. Eermoy 
Piereon Almond. Parham 
Pool Samuel. Bedfd Mills 
Porter Wm, Fermoy 
Qamn Henn,-. 
Ran vail Peter. Parham 
Reid Robt. 

Riellv Hugh. Fennoy 

Rielly. Jas. ' ' 

Riley Steph. Parham 

Rogers C J. Fermoy 

Robinson T. 
Scanlan Terrance " 
Scanlan Terrance " 
Sears D. Bedford Mills 
Sears Her. 
Sears Horace 
Seaxs L3rman 
I Sears Wm. 



Post Office 
Parham 
Fermov 



Sheltr Peter, 

Shillington H. 

Shillmgton Jas. 

Shillington, Joh 

Shillington. Jos, 

Snook, Oliver, 

Songest John. Parham 

Sparks Rich. Fermoy 

Stafford Dan. Parham 

Starr Elijah, Bedfd Mills 

Steele John 

Stinson Carson. Fermoy 

Stinson Robt. 

Stonas Jab. Bedfd Mills 

Stonas Robt, 

Stonas Wm, " 

Studdifun W. Parham 

Swabrick Wm, 

Sweetman Thos, Fermoy 

Tnggart J, jr, Westport 

Taggartf. 

Tehan Morris, 

Thompson Ab, Fermoy 

Thompson Art, " 

Thompson Ezra. Parham 

Thompson Geo, Fermoy 

Thompson Henry " 

Thompson Jas. 

Thompson J \\\ Westport 

Thompson Jos. Fermoy 

Thompson Sam, 

Thompson Thos, 

Thompson Wm, 

Tiermey John, 

Toban fohn. W^estport 

Toban Thos. " 

Truelove. Jas, Fermoy 

Tuppins Jno, Westpor 

Tuppins Thos, 

Turner Francis, 

\\ alker D J . Parmey 

Walker W J 

Welsh Owen. Fermoy 

When And W, 

Wilson Henr>-,Bedf Mills 

Wilson Jas, Fermoy 

Wilson Wm. 

Woods. Wm. 

You Leon. Bedford Mills 

NGN RESIDENTT. 

Adams & Co. Fermoy 

Bawden |os. 

Blair John. Bedford Mills 

Blair Robt. Westport 
I Blair Wm. 

I Connell Sam. Fennoy 

' Cantroy Patk, Parham 



TOWNSHIP OF CLARENDON AND MILLER. 



107 



Post Office 
Curn- John, Parham 

Deane \Vm, Kingston 

Drummond & Co, Fermoy 
Duncan Wm, Westport 
Ewing Thos, 

Finn Edw, Parham 

Fredenburg W H.Westp't 
Hamilton Wm, Fermoy t 
Hunt Weston, Quebec 
Hutchins Alp. Bedf Mills 
Hunter Wm, Parham 



Post Office, 
Kelly John, Glendower 
Kennedy Wm, Westport 
Ludlow D, " ! 

Ludlow Jas, " I 

Lynch Jas, " I 

McCoUum Neil, 
McComish Geo, " ! 

McCowon John, Kingston 
Machar John. Fermoy 
Murphy John. Westport 
Pixley Henry, Kingston 



Post Qffice 
Shields & Donnelly, " 
Sukler Nil, Westport 

Simpson Is, Kingston 

Trian Ca, Bedford Mills 
Walker j, Fermoy 

WeDster, Wm, 
Whalen jno, Westport 
Whitmarsh Edw, 
Whitmarsh Noah, 
Wiggins S C, Parham 



TOWNSHIP OF CLAEENDON AND 

MILLER. 



Acres Assessed 



Population. 650. 



See also the following Villages in the Township ; Ardock, Plevna. 
The letter t in italics signifies tenant ; all the rest are owners. 



Albert John, Plevna 

Armstrong John 
Armstrong Robt., 
Babcock Wm., 
Baker John, " 

Barton John, " 

Barton S. C, 
Barton Wm., '* 

Bawler John. 
Bennett John, 
Boyce Wm. " 

Bremner James 
Briscoe John 
Britton B. M. Kingston 
Brown Amos, Plevna, 
Brown Lewis, " 

Bucher Ale.x, „ 

Card Egerton, " 

Card James, " 

Card Joseph. 
Campbell Jas. Ardoch 
Cheetom Aaron, Plevna 
Clegget Thos. 
Cousins Robt, 
Cousins Thos, 
Dovy Harwill, Ardoch 
Davy Manson, Plevna 
Dawson Abram, 
Debroys Wm, 
Denny Fras, Ardoch 
Dick R F, Plevna 
Douglas John. 
Ferris Joseph " 



Freeler Edw, Ardoch 
Freeler Joseph, 
Gamble Robt, Plevna 
Gardis Wm, Ardoch 
Gilmour Wm, 
Godkins Jos. 
Go wan jas sr, 
Go wan James, Plevna 
Go wan John, 
Grant Wm, 
Hanes Edw, 
Hartman Wm, Ardoch 
Haskell John, 
Haskell R L, 
Hawes Stephen, Plevna 
Hicks Reuben, Ardoch 
Hicks Timothy, 
Hill Marvin. Ple\Tia 
Holden Marvin, 
Holmes George, 
Jacob E R, Ardoch 
Jennerette Amos, 
Johnson Arth, 
Johnson Jas. Plevna 
Kellar Fred. Ardoch 
Kellar James, Plevna 
Kellar Peter, 
Kellar Philip, Ardoch 
Killinbeck W, Ple\Tia 
Kring Leonard. " 

Krmg Watson. " 

Lawrence H H, 
Leeman Levi, 



Lemker Carl, Plevna 
Lemka Justin, 
Lamka Robert. 
Lemka Wm, " 

Lepel F H, 
Lloyd Joseph, 
Londry And, 
Lyons Abel, Ardoch 
McDonald Arch, Plevna 
McDougall Chas. Ardoch 
McGregor John, Plevna 
McKinnon John. Ardoch 
McLaren. David, 
McLaren Peter. 
McLellan Alex. 
McPherson Don, Plevna 
McQueen M. 
Mallory Aimer. Ardoch 
Mallory David, Plevna 
Mallorv Rich, 
Mallroy W, 
Martin Chas. Ardoch 
Martin Garret, 
Martin Wm C, 
Meeks Damen. Plevna 
Meeks Joel, 
Meeks fosephus " 
Meeks P>thias 
Miller Alex, Ardoch 
Mitchell Sam, Plevna 
Mosier David, 
Muldoon jas, 
Muldoon Robt sr, 



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TOWNSHIP OF HINCHINBROOKE. 



Post Office. 


Post Office. 


Post Office. 


Muldoon Robt, Plevna. 


Smith Wm. Ardoch. 


Thompson Jer., Plevna. 


Ohlman Leo sr, 


Spike James, 


Thompson Wm, Ardoch. 


Ohlman Leo 


Stalker Alex, 


Vankoughnet Geo, " 


Ohlman Joseph 


Stalker Isaiah, 


Vankoughnet John, " 


Ohlman Michael 


Stalker James, 


Ward ames sr, 
Ward ' ames. 


Powleyjas, 


Stalker John, 


Preidom Anthony, Ardoch 


Stalker Andrew, 


Ward Luke, Plevna 


Quackenbush G A, Plevna 


Stewart Samuel, 


Watkins Robt, Ardoch 


Quackenbush N, " t 


Storing Isaac, Plevna 


Watson Joseph, 


Quackenbush Phil, " 


Storing John, 


Weber George, 


Quackenbush R S. " 


Struthers Jos, " 


Weber Michael, " 


Shaw William 


Struthers R M, 


Wensley Edw, " 


Shinner John, 


Swager Hubert 


White Isaac, 


Shinner Joseph, Ardoch 


Tait Thos, Plevna 


White Robt, 


Simpson Isaac, 


Terry Jacob, 


White William. 


Smith Chas, 


Thompson Amos, 


Wood Ira, 



TOWNSHIP OF HINCHINBBOOKE. 



This Township is comparatively new, and some of the land is very rich and 
fertile. Among the first settlers was Mr. John McKnight, who took part in the 
rebellion against the enemy in 1837. 

Number of acres assessed, 59,183. Population, 1,101. 

Post Offices : Cole Lake, Godfrey, Parham. 

I3* The letter t in italics signifies tenant; all tha rest are owners. 



Post Office. 
Alexander S, Tichborn 
Allen Thos, Parham 
Alton Samuel, " 

Babcock Chas, Godfrey 
Babcock Israel, 
Babcock Jacob, Parham t 
Babcock John, 
lieattie Dawson, Parham / 
Beattie John, Godfrey 
Bertrim Alex, Parham t 
Bertrim Wm. " 

Black Wm, Godfrey 
Breen Thos, Enterprise 
lireen Wm, 
Bridgen Sam, Godfrey 
Brown J, Tichborne 
Brown Lotus. Godfrey 
Buckley Thos, " 

Buckley Wm, 
Bush Alex, " 

Bush John. 
Bush Nicholas. " 

Butrell George. 
Campbell Jas, Cole lake 



Post Office. 
Campbell Jno.. Cole Lake 
Campbell Jas, Godfrey 
Campbell Oscar, " 
Card Damon. Parham 
Card John, Enterprise 
Card Titus, Parham 
Carroll Jas sr, Enterprise 
Carroll James, 
Carroll John, 
Carroll John, Godfrey 
Carroll Peter, Enterprise 
Carroll Wm. Godfrey t 
Casmey Richard. 
Claxton [no. Cole lake 
Claxton Wm, Parham 
Clow Oliver, " 

Clow Wm, 
Colter Jos, 

Con away Michael, " 
Connolly Timothy, " 
Cooper Roland, 
('ox George sr, 
('ox (ieorge, " t 

Cox James, " 



Post Office. 
Craig Robert, Godfrey t 
Creamer Jos, Parham t 
Croft John, 
Cronk Manasseh, 
Cronk Solomon, 
Cronk Sylvester, 
Cronk Wm, Enterprise 
("ronk Wilson, Parham 
Dawson Jas, Godfrey 
Deer John, 

Delouksie P, Enterprise t 
Dermott Josh, Parham 
Dillon James, Enterprise 
Donohue Ptk, 
Donohue Ptk, Godfrey 
Doyle Ptk, Enterprise 
Drader Jacob. Godfrey 
Draffin James. Parham t 
Drafhn Samuel J. " t 
Duggan Cor. Enterprise 
Estes Wm. Parham 
I-'airfield R A. Godfrey 
Finn Anthony, Enterprise 
Einn Edward, 



TOWNSHIP OF HINCHINBROOKE. 



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Post Office 
Finn John, Enterprise 

Finn Patrick, 
Finn Peter, 
Fisher James, 
Fitzgerald Wm, Godfrey 
Forbes George, Parhatn / 
Frawley Patk, Cole lake 
Freeman B C, Godfrey 
Freeman Wesley, 
Genge Thomas, 
Giles G W. 
Giles John, 
Gilchrist David, 
Gilchrist John, 
Godfrey Chester, 
Godfrey Coleman, " 
Godfrey James, 
Goodberry Chs, " t 
Goodfellow David, " 
Goydfellovv D, Parham 
Goodfellow John, 
Goodfellow S, Godfrey 
Gregory Thos, 
Grey Hugh, Parham 
Haddock Alf, Godfrey 
Haley James, Enterprise i 
Hamilton John, Parham 
Hamilton Wm, Godfrey 
Harper Samuel, 
Hartman Shem, Parham t 
Hastings Jno, Godfrey 
Hempton Thos, Tichborn 
Hempton Thos, Parham 
Herring Jason sr, 
Hickey James, Godfrey 
Hickey Stephen. 
Hill James sr, 
Hill James, 
Hill John. 
Hooper D, 
House Andrew, Parham 
House George, 
Howarth Chs, Godfrey 
Huguson And, Enterp t 
Huguson John, " t 
Innis James, Parham 
Irvin Wm, Godfjey 
Jackson Oran, Parham 
Jeffey Edw, Godfrey 
Jefifey George, " 

Jeffey James, 
Jeffey Joseph, 
Jeffey Wm, 
Jenkins Chs, Tichborn 
Judge Edw, Godfrey 
Judge Michael, 



Post Office 
Judge Wm, Godfrey 
Keats Ths, Cole Lake 
Kelly Owen, Godfrey 
Kenehan Wm, " 

Kennedy Jas, Cole Lake 
Kennedy John 
Kennedy Jos, Godfrey 
Kennedy Thos, Cole Lake 
Killins George 
Killins Geo W. 
Killins Robt. 
Kingston Paul, Godfrey 
Knox Robt, 
Lake Walter. 
Lanty Ptk, Enterprise 
Lee Philip, Parham 
Lee Wm, 

Leslie David, Godfrey 
Leslie John, " 

Leveck Sam, Enterprise 
McCaHryJas, 
McCaffry Philip. " t 
McGowan Jas, Parham 
McGowan Joseph, " 
McGuire John, " t 

McKeever Hy, Godfrey 
McKeever Jas. " 

McKnight John sr, " 
McKnight John, Cole lake 
McKnight Warren, " 
McLean D C, Parham 
McMahon Alex, Cole lake 
McMahon John, 
McUmber Eli, Parham 
McUmber Wm, 
Martin Elisha. Godfrey 
Mathews Adam, 
Moore Harry, 
Moran Michl, Enterprise 
Neadow Peter, Parham 
Neadow Robt, 
Nefcey T, Godfrey 
Parton Rich, Enterprise 
Peters Benson. Cole Lake 
Peters Eben, Parham 
Peters Miles, Cole lake 
Peters R H, Enterprise 
Peters Stephen, Cole Lake 
Pridgen Thos, 
Reppard Geo, Parham t 
Reynolds, Chas, Godfrey 
Reynolds Henry, 
Rodgers F E. 
Rolley Jos, Enterprise 
Roily Larrey, " 

Ruttan Chas, Parham 



Post Office 
Ruttan James, Parham 
Ruttan John, 
Scales, Benj, " 

Shellington J, Godfrey 
Shellington John 
ShibleyHF, 
Shibley Schuyler, 
Shirtliff S M, Parham 
Sholtz Parker, Godfrey 
Sills Chas, Parham 
Simkins Enoch, Godfrey 
Simkins Geo, Parham 
Simkins Isaac, Godfrey 
Smith David, Parham 
Smith Henry, " 

Smith Henry, Godfrey 
Smith H K, Parham 
Smith Hugh, 
Smith Reuben, " 

Snider Alex, Godfrey 
Snider Buson, 
Snider Car, ' 

Snider Davis, 
Snider David, " 

Snider Jesse, 
Snider Sager, " t 

Snider Thos, 
Summers Thos, Enterp 
Steel W. Parham t 

Storms Henry, 
Swarbrick Geo, '• 

Swarbrick Henrj-, sr" 
Sarbrick Henry, jr, " 
Swarbrick Jas, " 

Switzer Chris, Godfrey 
Switzer, Orran, Parham 
Switzer Wm, 
Tailant E, Godfrey 
Tallant John, " t 

Tailant Thos, 
Thompson Edw. " 
Timmins John, Enterp 
Timmins Peter, 
Trayner Hugh 
Tummons Denis, Godfrey 
Turner Patk, Parham 
Vaness James, 
Vanluven J, " 

Vanvolkenburgh H, " t 
Vanvolkenburgh R, " t 
Vine Edw, Godfrey 
Wager Asley, Parham t 
Wager Chas, " t 

Wager Clinton, 
Wager David. 
Wager Henry, •• 



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TOWNSHIP OF HOWE ISLAND. 



Post Office. 
Wager Hiram, Parham 
Wager James. 
Wager Jerome, 
Wager John, 
Wager Oscar, 
Wager Philip, 
Wager Philip C, 



Post Office. 
Wager Redford, Parham 
Wager Sandford, 
Wager Thos, 
Wager Wolford, 
Walker Jas, Godfrey 
Warner Chs, Parham 
Warner Sidney, 



Post Office 
Watson Joseph, Parham 
Watson Thos, " t 

Webster VV J, 
Weldon Douglas, Godfrey 
Whalen Jas, Enterprise 



TOWNSHIP OF HO'WE ISLAND. 



This Township consists of an Island in the St. Lawrence River, nearly op- 
posite Pittsburgh, and contains about 8.000 acres. Population 314. 
See also the following Villages on the Island : D'Arcy. Howe Island. 
IS" The lettec t in italics signifies tenant ; all the rest are owners. 



Post Office. 
Amol Wm, D'Arcy 

Amstead Amos, 
Baillie Geo, " t 

Baillie Jno, Howe Isl'd t 
Breof John. 
Bobia Louit, 
Bobia Peter, 
Cadeau Joseph. 
Cassidy Donald, 
Cassidy John, 
Cassidy Peter, " 

Clancy Thos. 
Clark James. 
Clixby Smith. 
Compow Michael, G. I. 
Cox John. Howe Island 
Cronkhite S, 

Driscoll James, D'Archy 
Driscoll John 
Donohue Dan, Kingston 
Foley John, Howe Island 
Garrow Israel, D'Arcy 
Gillespie Robert 
Gollaglyjohn 
Gonneau Joseph 
Goodfriend John, sr " 



Post Office. 
Goodfriend John. D'Arcy 
Goodfriend Peter. " 
Greer Wm, 

Gunn A, Kingston 

Hoskins Wm, D'Arcy 

Johnston Wm, 
Kane Matt, sr, Howe Is. 
Kane Matt, D'Archy 
Kane Patrick, 
Kane Thomas 
Kelly John. Howe Is'd t 
Kelly Wm. 

Keyes Robt, D'Arcy 
Lachance Adolphus," 
Lachance Joel, 
Lavis Chas, Howe Is'd, t 
Lavis John, " t 

Lavis Simon, " t 

McDonald Angus, D'Arcy 
Mahony Jas, Howe Is'd t 
Mahony Patk, " t 

Marshall Alex, D'Arcy 
Melville Mich, Howe Is'd / 
Norris Jas sr, D'Arcy t 
Norris Jas jr. Howe Is'd 
Norris Patrick 



Post Office. 
Norris Thos, Howe Is'd 
O'Brien James, 
Pickett Michael, D'Arcy 
Prior John, " 

Prior Thomas, " t 

Prior Timothy, " t 

Quinn Joseph. " 

Radford I H. Kingston 
Rochford Jos, Howe Is'd t 
Rochford Leo. D'Arcy 
Simpson Arch, Howe Is'd 
Simpson John, 
Simpson Robt, 
Sughrue John, D'Arcy 
Sughrue Mortimer, " 
Sughrue Wm &John." 
Sughrue W J, 
Thompson Richd, 
Turcott James, '• t 
Walker Pavson, " t 
Welsh Chs. Howe Is'd t 
Welsh Joseph, 
White Joseph, D'Arcy 
Wilson John, Howe Is'd 



TOWNSHIP OF KENNEBEC. 



Ill 



TO^WNSHIP OF KENNEBEC. 



Acres Assessed 3,477. Population, 971. 

See also the only Post Office in the Township : Arden ; all the rest are marked. 

1^" The letter t in italics signifies tenant ; all the rest are owners. 



Andrew Thos, 


Eraser Duman, 


Loyst Calvin, 


Arney James, 


Gardiner Walter, 


Loyst John, 


Arney John, 


Gaylord Levi, 


Loyst Joseph, 


Babcock David, 


Gendran John, 


Loyst Peter, 


Babcock John, 


Gendran Jos. 


Loyst Simeon, 


Babcock Norman, 


Godfrey Adam, 


Loyst Wm. 


Baker C C, 


Godfrey J no. 


Lucas John, 


Baker John, 


Gonyean C M, 


Lyman Wm, 


Baker Wm, 


Grange Alf, 


McAusHn Jno, 


Barker Henry, 


Grange Jno, 


McGuirld Ptk. 


Barker Joseph, 


Gray James, 


McHenry John, 


Barker Samuel, 


Green Al E, 


McRory John. 


Black James, 


Green Chas, 


Miller Addison, 


Boomhowr Albert, 


Green Robt, 


Miller Alph, 


Boomhowr Andrew, 


Green Wm, 


Miller Geo, 


Boomhowr Gilbert, 


Haines Geo sr. 


Miller Joseph, 


Boomhowr Jas, sr&jr 


Haines Geo jr. 


Miller Wm, 


Boomhowr Nelson, 


Hartwick Millett 


Monds Glen, 


Broomhowr Paul, 


Hart wick Samuel 


Monds David, 


Broomhowr Walter, 


Haw ley Chas. 


Moore Jacob, 


Bolt George, 


Hawley Luther, 


Mosier Daniel, 


Camp Solomon, 


Hawley William, 


Mosier Peter, 


Card Hiram, 


Hays Edgar, 


Newton Elisha, 


Card Miro, 


Hays Geo, 


Newton George, 


Card William. 


Helm Geo, 


Newton Richard, 


Clancey Andrew, 


Hinchley N H, 


Osborn David, 


Clancey Alex, 


Hogan David, 


Osborn Hiram 


Clapper Henry, 


Hooper Henry, 


Parks George, 


Clark Alva, t 


Huffman Isaiah, 


Parks Ira, 


Clark Anson, 


Hughes Peter, 


Parks James, 


Clark Daniel, 


Johnson Frank, 


Parks James M, 


Clark George, 


Johnson Jno, t 


Parks Wesley, 


Clark John, 


Kellar Benj, 


Parks Wm, 


Clark Nelson, 


Kellar Geo sr, 


Paul Wm T. 


Clark Sylvester, 


Kellar Geo jr. 


Patterson Wm, 


Clarke William, 


Kellar James, 


Pearson John, 


Clark S E, South Bay 


Kellar Jos, 


Pearson John N, 


Chown — , Kingston 


Kellar Leon, 


Peterson Jas, 


Cunningham — , Kingston 


Kellar Moses, 


Peterson John, 


Daniels Alex, 


Kellar Wm. 


Peterson Nelson, 


David Daniel, 


Kirk James, 


Peterson Wm, 


Davy Wm, 


Knight David, 


Presley James 


Daley Edwin A, 


Knight Samuel, 


Pringle Wm, 


Deline Edward, 


Knight Wm, 


Rathbun F & Son. 


Ellis John, 


Loyst Chris, 


Rathbun H B, 



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TOWNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



Rogers John, 
Schoolcraft Wm, 
Scott Daniel sr, 
Scott Daniel, 
Scott David, 
Scott James, 
Scott Wm, 
Scriver David, 
See Charles, 
Shorts Felix, 
Thompson Andrew, 
Thompson Gilbert 
Thompson James, 
Thompson Isaiah, 
Thompson Peter, 
Thornton H E, 
Tryon Nelson, 
Vande waters John 



Vanness Henry, 

Van n ess Hiram, 

Vanvolkingburg M, 

Vanvolkingburg S, 

Walker R E, 

Wart J R. 

Williams J M, 

Williams L D, Camden 

Williams M A, Croyden 

Wood David, 

Wood Ebenezer, 

Wood Elias t 

Wood George, 

Wood Isaiah, 

Wood John, 

Wood John M, 

Wood Miles, t 

Wood Kedben, 



Wood Wm. 

Woodcock Christopher, 
Woodcock David J. 
Woodcock David W, 
Woodcock David, jr. 
Woodcock Edward. 
Woodcock George, sr. 
Woodcock George, jr. 
Woodcock Gilbert, 
Woodcock Henry, 
Woodcock John O. 
Woodcock Manson, 
Woodcock Miles. t 

Woodcock Nelson, 
Wookcock Sidney, 
Woodcock Thos, 
York Benjamin, 
Yeomans Thos, 



TO^WNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



This township was first settled in the year 1784 by Captain Grass. Acres as- 
sessed 50,126. Population 2,418. 

See also the following Villages in the Township : Cataraqui. Collins Bay, 
Elginburg, Glenburnie. Glenvale, Portsmouth. Sharpton. Westbrook. 

IS" The letter t in italics signifies tenants, fs, farmers' sons and o. occupiers ; 
all the rest are owners. 



Post Office 
Abbott George, Kingston 
Abbott J as, 

Abbott Robt, Elginburg 
Abrams Jonathan, Catar'. 
Adsit Geo. Westbrook, fs, 
Adsit Wm. Westbrook. 
Ahem Wm. Kingston. 
Aikin Clark. Collinsby, 
Aitkin Robt. " t 

Alberton John. Elginburg 
Alport Henry. Westbrook 
Armstrong C, Elginburgh 
Arnoll Ed. Cataraqui 
Anold Hy. " t 

Ash John B. Elginburgh t 
Ashley Alvan. Collinsby 
Ashley C. 
Ashley G W. 

Ashley John. " t 

Ashley John W. " / 
Asselstine Abram. Wilton 
Asselstine John, Collinsby 



Post Office 
Asselstine Jus. Westbrk t 
Asselstine K, Wilton 
Aylsworth Albert, Odessa 
Babcock Corn. Sharpton 
Babcock D, Wilton 
Babcock Darius. Sharpton 
Babcock Peter, " fs 

Babcock Sam. " fs 

Baker Chas. Collinsby f s 
Baker Jas. 

Baker John, Cataraqui t 
Baker J F. Portsmouth t 
Baker Sam. 
Bell Alex. Westbrook 
ISell Ashford. Sharpton 
Bell Charles. 
Bell F W. 

Bell James H, " fs 

Bell John, 

Bell P M. Westbrook 
Bell Wm, Sharpton 
Belt Wm. Cataraqui, / 



Post Office 
Benjamin E, Westbrook 
Bennett Wm. Glenburnie^ 
i Bennington Geo. Glenvale 
j Berry David, Millhaven, 
! Berry Jas H, Cataraqui, 
' Berry John. Cataraqui, 
Black Andrew. Cataraqui 
Black John. Cataraqui 
Black Patrick. Kingston 
Blacklock Wm, jr*, Glenb. 
Blacklock Wm. sr. 
Bolton John. Kingston t 
Borance James, Elginburg 
Borance John, Glenvale / 
Borance Robt, Elginburg t 
Borance Thos, " t 

Boyd Arch. Glenburnie fs 
Boyd James, " fs 

Boyd John, '* fs 

Boyd Kolomon, " 
Boyd Robt. Kingston 
Bracker Walter, 



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Post Office 
Braden John sr, 
Braden John jr, 
Braden \\m, 
Bradshaw W C. Cataraqui 
Bramaigan John, Kingston 
Breathen Thos, Sharpton 
Breck Ira, Kingston 
Brewer B, California 
Brewer Geo. Elginburg 
Brewer Philip. 
Bridge And, Westbrook, 
Bridge Corn. Cataraqui, 
Briggs Thos, Kingston, 
Brown Geo, 

Brown Henry, Cataraqui, 
Brown John, 
Brown Sam, Kingston, 
Brown Thos, Westbrook t 
Bryant Edward, Kingston 
Bryant Frances, 
Br}'antJohn, 
Bryant Rueben, " 
Bryant William, " 
Buck Edwin, Elginburg 
Buck Thos. Cataraqui, 
Buck Thos G, " fs 

Buck Wm, Wilton, t 

BnrkeMich, Kingston, 
Burke Thos, Kingston, 
Burnett Angus. Cataraqui 
Burnett Wm. 
Burnside E, Elginburg t 
Bushell I, Glenburnie t 
Bushell Jas. Kingston 
Caines Jas. Elginburg t 
Caldwell And. Cataraqui 
Caldwell Wm, Elginburg t 
Camic Wm, Glenburnie 
Caruthers John, Glenvale 
Caruthers John A, " 
Cashman J. Elginburg /s 
Cashman Michael, " 
Cashman W. Glenburnie 
Clagg Joseph, Cataraqui 
Clark John, Glenvale 
Clark S D, Odessa 
Clark Wm, Collmsby 
Clifif Joshua, Kingston 
Clavey Robt. Odessa 
Clyde Thos, Cataraqui, 
Clyde Wm, 

Cochrane Chas, Glenbur, 
Cochrane James, 
Coglin Isaac, Elginburgh 



Post Office 
Collins Wm, Elginburg, 
Compton Chas, jr. Kings, 
Compton Chas, sr, " 
Compton Ed. 
Conely John, Wilton 
Cook Ed, Cataraqui, 

Cook Henr>'. 
Cook James, 
Cook Joseph, 
Cook Wm, 

Cook Wm. Westbrook, 
Coombs John, Westbrook 
Cooper Richard, Kingston 
Cordukes Jno, Westbrook 
Cordukes R T, Cataraqui 
Corngan Dennis, Kingston 
Counter Chas, Elginburg 
Counter Geo, " t 

Cousins Thos, Collinsby t 
Craig A J, Glenburnie/s 
Craig James 
Craig Robt, 
Craig Wm, 

Croft George, Kingston 
Crosier Thos, 
Cummins D, Wilton 
Cummins Jer, Wilton 
Cunningham H.Glenburni 
Curson jas, Cataraqui 
Dalton Hy, 

Daly John, Glenburnie 
Darragh G, Mt Chesney t 
Darragh Robt, 
Daudy John, Kingston 
Daudy Wm, 
Davey James Murvale 
David J W, Cataraqui f s 
David Wm, Kmgston 
David Z, Cataraqui 
Davidson Joseph, Glen vale 
Davis Isaac. Murvale 
Davis John. Kingston o 
Davis Wm, Murvale 
Dawson Barnabas, Collin, 
Dawson Jas, Elginburg 
Dawson John, 
Dawson Rueben, Collins, 
Dawsou Tim, Elginburgh 
Day Calvin. Portsmouth, 
Day Henry, sr, Elginburg 
Day Henry, jr, 
Day, P W, Collinsby, 

Day Sidney, Portsmouth, 
Day Wm, Collinsby, 



Post Office 
Dennis Thos, Collinsby, 
Donnelly David, Portsm. 
Doolin Mich, Kingston. 
Doolin Patrick, 
Doolm Thos, Kingston 
Doolin Wm, 
Dorsey Ed, Westbrook 
Dougherty Geo, Elginburg 
Dougherty Jas, 
Doughertyjohn, Cataraqui 
Draper Geo, Barriefield 
Draper John, Glenburnie 
Draper Rich, 
Draper Thos, Barriefield 
Driscoll Den, Glenburnie 
Driscoll Jeremiah, " 
Driscoll John 
Dufifin Jas, Westbrook 
Duflfy Jas, Kingston t 

Dunlop John, 
Edwards Thos. Elginburg 
Egan Michael. Kingston 
Ellerbeck Jos, Glenvale t 
Elliott Edwin, Kingston /i 
Ellion John C, " fs 

Elliott 

Elliott Smith, " fs 

Elliott Hugh, Kingston fs 
Elliott John, 

Elliott Wm, " fs 

Ely Samuel, Cataraqui o 
ElyWmjr, " fs 

Ely Wm sr, 

English Anthny, Kingston 
Everett John, Collmsby 
Fair J M. Glenburnie fs 
Fair, M J, Kingston 
Fair R H, Glenburnie fs 
Fair W J, 

FairbankOliver, Cataraqui 
Fairbank OH, 
Fee Wm, Kingston 
Fen wick Geo, Kingston, 
Ferguson Dan, Glenburnie 
Ferguson Daxid, Murvale 
Ferguson Geo, 
Ferguson Hugh, 
Ferguson j W, " 

Ferguson Prof, Kingston 
Ferguson R G, Murvale, 
Ferguson Wm, Glenbum. 
Ferris Chas, Portsmouth, 
Ferris Ed, 
Ferris Jonathan, 



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TOWNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



Post Office 
Ferris John H, Kingston 
Ferris John, 

Ferris Joseph, Kingston, 
Ferris J P H. 
Ferris Neil, Cataraqui, 
Findlay Jas. Cataraqui, 
Fisher Wm, Kingston, 
Fizzell John, Collinsby, 
Flanigan Jas M, Kingston 
Flanigan John, jr, 
Flanagan John, sr, 
Fogg, Albert, Cataraqui, 
Fogg Donald, 
Ford Wm, Kingston, 

Forsyth Robert, 
Forsyth Thos, Collinsby 
Fowler Daniel. Glenburn' 
Fowler Jah., Mt. Chesney 
Fowler, Joseph, 
Fowler John, Murvale, 
Fowler Mich, Mt. Ches', 
Fowler Mich, jr, " 
Fowler Ptk, Mt Chesney 
Fowler Thos, ' fs 

Fraser Donald, Kingston 
Fraser Sch, Collinsby t 
Frazer Tim, Glenvale 
Gallagher D, Kingston fs 
Gallagher John sr, " 
Gallagher John jr. " 
Gallagher Wm, 
Gale John, 

Gardiner Francis, " 
Gardiner J ac'b, Westbrook 
Gardiner Jas, Kingston 
Gardiner John, Westbrook 
Gardiner Jos, " /$ 

Gardiner W jr, " U 

Gardiner W sr, 
Gardiner W E, Kingston fs 
Garrett Wm, Collinsby i 
Gaskin captj W.Kingston 
Gates Geo, Westbrook 
Gates Jas F*. " fs 

Gates Wm, 

George Chas, Kingston 
George Rich, " 

George Robt, 
George Wm, " 

Gibson Albt, Glenvale fs 
Gibson Tames, Kingston 
Gibson Jas H, Cataraqui 
Gibson John, Glenvale / 
Gibson John C, " fs 



Post Office 
G;bson John W, Kingston 
Gibson Robt, Glenvale 
Giery Wm, Glenburnie 
Glassford Alex, Glenvale 
Glassford Jas, Glenburnie 
Glassford John, Glenvale 
Gordon Chris, 
Gordon Jas, Cataraqui 
Gordon Jas, Glenvale 
Gordon Thos, Mt Chesney 
Gordon Wm, Odessa 
Gorrie Jos jr, Cataraqui 
Gorrie Jos sr, 
Gossage Geo, Cataraqui t 
Gould Wm, Kingston 
Gowdy Jas, " t 

Graham Al. Ports mouth/s 
Graham Chris, " fs 

Graham David, Elginburg 
Graham Ed jr,Portsm'th/s 
Graham Ed sr, 
Graham Hy, 

Graham John, Portsmouth 
Graham John, Elginburgh 
Graham Luke. Glenburn" 
Graham Matthew, " 
Graham Thos, 
Grass Chas, Portsmouth 
Grass Dan, Westbrook, 
Grass F P, Portsmouth 
Grass Horace, Collinsby 
Grass John, Portsmouth 
Grass John, Collinsby 
Grass Mich, Westbrook 
Grass Peter, 
Grass R J, Portsmouth 
Grass Wm, 

Green John, jr, Kingston 
Green John, sr, 
Green Wm, Kingston is 
Grimason Thos, Oataraq' 
Guess Barnabas, Elginb' 
Guess E F. 

Guess F B, Murvale 

Guess Fergus. 
Guess Francis, Elginburg 
Guess James, 
Guess M P. 
Gunning Sidney 
Gurney A M, Cataraqui t 
Hafner Ecrad, 
Hafner Philip " fs 

Hafner Wm. Kingston 
Hafner Mich. Portsmouth 



Post Office 
Hamer John, Kingston 
Hamilton David, Cataraq' 
Hammond W, Glenvale t 
Harker D (". Sharpton fs 
Harker John, 
Hawkie Robt, Mt Chesney 
Hawkie Thos, 
Harkness Sam, Kingston 
Harpell Geo, Cataraqui 
Harpell Henry, 
Harpell Geo, 
Harpell Jacob B, " 
Harpell Jacob G, 
Harpell John 
Harpell John J, " 
Hartrick J, Portsmouth t 
Harvey Henry, Cataraqui 
Harvey James, 
Hawley B. Collingby t 
Hay Chas, Glenburnie 
Hay John, 

Healey Joseph, Glenvale 
Healey Thos H, 
Heath Peter, Westbrook t 
Heaton John, Cataraqui 
Heaton Shadrack, " 
Hennessy John, 
Hennessey Martin, " 
Henry Henry S, 
Hickey Jasjr, Kingston fs 
Hickey Jas sr, 
Hickey John, " fs 

Highland G W,Westbrk fs 
Highland J E, Cataraqui / 
Highland Robt jr, " fs 
Highland Robt sr, " 
Highland Wm, 
Hines Jas, Cataraqui 
HippaufChas, Westbrook 
Hogan George, Cataraqui 
Hogan Henry, " fs 

Hogan Jas, K Mills fs 
Hogan John, Cataraqui t 
Hogan John, sr, K Mills 
Hogan Ptk, Cataraqui 
Hogan Thos, K Mills 

Hooper John, Cataraqui 
Hooper William, Catara' 
Horn John, Simcoe Is, 
Horning Arnold, Elginbu' 
Horning CjCO. 
Horning Jacob, Murvale 
Horning John. 
Horning Rich, Glenvale 



TOWNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



"5 



Post Offiee 
Horning Sheldon, Murva' 
Horning \Vm, Elginburg 
Howie Ar jr, Westbrook t 
Howie Arch sr, " t 
Howie Alex, Westbrook t 
Howie Jas, " t 

Howie John " t 

Howie James, Glenvale t 
Houstan Wm J, Wilton t 
Hunter Alfred, Glenburnie 
Hunter Fred, 
Hunter Fred, " fs 

Hunter Geo, 
Hunter John, Wilton 
Irvine Chas, Elginburgh 
Irvine Hy, " fs 

Irvine John, 
Irvine Wm. Murvale 
Irvine Wm, Elginburg fs 
Jackson Jethro, Cataraqui 
Jackson John, Kingston 
Jackson John, Collinsby 
Jackson Wm, Cataraqui 
Jackson W'm, Elginburg 
Jamieson Wm, Mill Point 
Johnstoh Geo, Kingston 
Johnston Hugh, Cataraqui 
Johnston John, 
Johnston Orl, Kingston fs 
Johnston Wm, Elginburg 
Jones John, Kingston 
Jones Owen, Kingston t 
Joyner Don, Cataraqui fs 
Joyner Elijah, 
Joyner Jas, Cataraqui fs 
Joyner O, Cataraqua fs 
Joyner Stewart, " fs 
Juniac Francis, Elginburg 
Kairnes Den, Cataraqui /s 
Kairnes P jr, Cataraqui /j 
Kairnes Ptk sr, 
Keenan Dan, Kingston 
Keen an Felix jr, 
Keenan Felix sr, 
Keenan Thos, 
Keenan Thos jr, " fs 
Kemp Geo, 
Kendall Wm, Cataraqui 
Keon Wm, Sharp ton 
Keyes John, Kingston 
Kiell Well, Elginburg t 
Killoran James, Kingston 
Kirkpatiick Jas, 
Knapp Jas, Elginburg 



Post Office 
Knapp Peter, 
Knight Arch, Cataraqui 
Knight Jonathan, 
Knight Jonathan, " t 
Knight Lewis, Westbrook 
Knight Robt, Cataraqui t 
Lake Amos K, Elginburg 
Lake Cyrus, Glenvale t 
Lake Wm, Elginburg 
Laland Leon, Collinsby t 
Lampkin Elgin, Cataraqui 
Langwith Joseph, Glenvale 
Lasee John, Collinsby 
Lasee Joseph, Collinsby 
Lashford Philip, " t 
Lawson Geo, Elginburg 
Lawson Hy. Sharpton t 
Lawson Jos, Elginburg t 
Lea Geo, Odessa 
Leatherlaud J, Elginburg t 
Lee Israel, Murvale 
Lee James, 

Lemmon Hir, W^estbrook 
Lemmon Thos, 
Leonard Ant, Glenvale fs 
Leonard J A, 
Leonard John 
Leonard Syl, Mt Chesney 
Leoney Jas, Cataraqui 
Leslie VVm, Kingston 
Lilies And, Glenburnie t 
Lilly A\:4iL_WiltosL, 
Emdsay Tas, Elginburg fs 
Lindsay Robt, 
Liston Thos, Glenburnie 
Lyon Alex, Collinsby t 
Lyster Anthony.Cataraqni 
Lyster rev Dean, Kingston 
McAdoo AW. 
McAdoo H, " fs 

McArthur Chas, Sharpton 
McCallum Arch, Kingston 
McCallum Jas, 
McCallum John, 
McCallum N, Glenburnie 
McCameron |, Cataraqui 
McCannell Jas, Kingston 
McCartney Wm, 
McClement Wm, Murvale 
McCorraack Frs.CoUinsby 
McCormack P J, Kingston 
McCormack W, Collinsby 
McDonald And, " fs 
McDonald DW.C'linsby fs 



Post Office 
McDonald J A, Collinsby f 
McDonald Robt, jr, Cata. 
McDonald Robt, sr, " 
McEwen Wm, Westbrook 
McFarlaud Geo, Elgin. 
McGowan Geo, Sharpton 
McGrouse John, Kingston 
McGurl S, Cataraqui 

McGuire Ptk, Kingston 
Mcintosh Alex, Glenburn 
Mclntyre Neil, Kingston 
Mclver And, Cataraqui 
Mclver Hen, S, Cata, fs 
McKecknie Robt, Sharpt' 
McKendry J, Mt Chesney 
McKim Geo, Catarqua t 
McKim Miles, Westbrook 
McKim Peter, Cataraqui 
McLaughlin R,Barriefield 
McMichael Al, Cataraqui 
McMichael O, 
McMillen J jr, Kingston 
McMillen John sr, " 
McQuay And. Cataraqui 
McRowe F J. 
McRowe Jacob, " 
McRowe James " 
McRowe Wm, " fs 

McVity Thos, Collinsbv 
McVity Wm, " ' fs 

McWaters, J, Portsmouth 
Mabee Ben], Odessa 
Madigan Michl, Kingston 
Main Wm, Sharpton 
Man ion Plk, Wilton fs 
Manion Peter. Wilton 
Marks Wm. Portsmouth 
Marshall Frs, Westbrook 
Marshalljno, Mt Chesney 
Marshall Rt, 
Marshall Rt jr, 
Marshall W^m, Westbrook 
Martin Dawson, Wilton 
Martin E R, 

Martin John, Glenvale 
Martin Miles, Odessa 
Martin Sam, Wilton 
Martin Thos, Glenvale 
Martin Wm, Wilton 
Motthews R S, Kingston 
Maxwell Robt, Sharpton 
Meacham Geo P, Elginb' 
Merrerjohn, Belleville 
Metcalfe John, Kingston, 



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TOWNSHIP OF KINSTON. 



Post Office 
Metcalfe Wm, Kingston 
Miller A A, Sharpton 
Millsop David, Sharpton 
Millsop Wm, 

Mobie John, Cape Vincent 
Moham Arth, Elginburg 
Mohan Michael, Murvale 
Mohan Peter. " fs 

Moon Jas, Glenvale 
Mooney Thos, Collinsby t 
Moore Ed, Mt Chesney 
Moore John, Mt Chesney 
Moore Thos, Kingston t 
Moore Robt, Glenvale 
Morley John, Westbrook 
Morton Joseph, Kingston 
Mundle John, Westbrook 
Mundle John, 
Murphy Alex, Elginburg 
Murphy Francis, Elginbu' 
MurtonF, Portsmouth fs 
Murton Jas, Murvale 
Murton John, Portsmouth 
Myers Thos, Glenvale 
Nelson Thos, Kingston 
Nelson Wm, Cataraqui 
Nelson Wm. Lyn 
Newlands Geo, Kingston 
Newlands Wm, Kingston 
Nicol Geo, Cataraqui fs 
Nicol Wm, " fs 

Nicholas Sidney, Murvale 
Nisbett Jas, Kingston 
Noble Chas, Elginburgh 
Northoven John 
Nugent Peter, Collinsby 
Orneal Sam, Cataraqui 
Orr John,jr, Collinsby t 
Orr John, sr, 

Orser Emanuel, jr, Elgin' 
Orser Emanuel, sr " 
Orser Isaac, Cataraqui 
Orser Kenneth, Elginbur' 
Orser Peter, Glenvale 
Orser Thos, 

Ovens James, Elginburgh 
Patterson Capt F, Kingsf 
Patterson Geo, Mt Chesn" 
Patterson John, Mt Ches' 
Paterson W, Mt Chesney 
F^erkins G H, Elginburg 
Peters Geo, Westbrook 
Peters Hugh, Wilton / 
Peters John 



Post Office 
Peters John E, Wilton fs 
Petifore Rich, Cataraqui t 
Petifore Wm, " t 

Plllor Wm jr, Glenvale 
Pillor Wm sr, Kingston 
Pope John L, Elginburg 
Porter Geo, 
Porter fohn, Cataraqui 
Porter John, Elginburg 
Potter John, K Mills 
Powary Albert, Cataraqui 
Powley I D, Cataraqui 
Powley Jacob, Elgmburg 
Powley Jacob, Cataraqui 
Powley Jas, 

Powley Jas B, Westbrook 
Powley J W, Cataraqui 
Powley Thos, Elginburgh 
Purdy Chas, Cataraqui 
Purdy David 
Purdy Herbert 
Purdy John. Kingston 

Purdy Philip, Cataraqui 
Purdy S, Elginburg 

Purdy Val, Cataraqui 

Quelch John, Westbrook 
Quick Edward, Elginborg 
Quigley Jos, Mt Chesney 
Kankin Hugh, Collinshy 
Rappee Chas, Kingston 
Raycroft Math, Glenvale 
Raycroft Wm, 
Raymond Hud, Sharpton 
Reddan C, Portsmouth fs 
Reddan Geo. " fs 

Reddan Jas, " fe 

Reddan John, 
Reddan Miles, Wilton 
Reddy Ed, Cataraqui t 
Redpath Geo, Kingston 
Reese E. Cataraqui 

Reeves Robt. Kingston 
Reid Henry, Kingston 
Reidjohn, Glenburnie 
Reid Matthew, Cataraqui 
Reid Robt, Glenburnie 
Reid W H, Kingston 

Remmington Lewis, " 
Richardson Wm, Glenva" 
Richardson E D, Kingston 
Riley Alfred, Cataratjui 
Risbridger Geo, Kingsf /$ 
Risbridger Thos, Kingston 
Robbs James, 



Post Office 
Robinson Hy, Glenvale 
Robinson Thos, Kingston 
Robinson Wm, Kingston 
Rose Benj, Westbrook 
Rose P, 

Rowe Wyman, Cataraqui t 
Ryan Martin, Wilton 
Ryan Michael, 
Sandercock J, Westbrook 
Sands Henry, Kingston 
Scott Joseph. Westbrook 
Scrivens John, Cataraqui 
Scrivens Joseph, 
Scrivens Jos sr, 
Sears Geo, Kingston 
Sears Robt jr. 
Shannon D, Glenburnie/j 
Shannon H, Westbrook fs 
Shannon [ P. Westbrook 
Shannon Robt, Glenburnie 
Shannon Wm, Westbrook 
Shannon W, Glenburnie fs 
Sharp Alex, Mt Chesney 
Sharp Thos, Sharpton 
Sharp T J, Sharpton 
Shaw Jas, Kingston o 

Sheehan Den is, Westbrook 
Sheehan Mich, 
Sherbino Frs jr, Glenvale 
Sherbino Frs sr, 
Sherbino Joseph, " 
Sherbino Robt. 
Shewall A B, Cataraqui t 
ShibleyS, Wilton^ 

Shoreclift Wm, Glenburn" 
Shorten John, Pittsburgh 
Silver Chas, Cataraqui 
Silver Sidney. Westbrook 
Simmons Geo, Collinsb' t 
Simpson. Ernest, Cata" fs 
Simpson Harry, 
Simpson "Isaac, Kingston 
Simpson John, Cataraqui 
Smith Aaron, Glenvale 
Smith Allen. Westbrook 
Smith Arch, Kingston 
Smith Champion, Westb' 
Smith Chas, Elginburg 
Smith David, " fs 

Smith Geo, Murvale / 
Smith Geo W. Westbrook 
Smith Hy, Collinsby 
Smith Hor, Cataraqui fs 
Smith Isaac, Westbrook 



TOWNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



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Post Office 
Smith Isaac. Westbrook fs 
Smith James, 
Smith James, " fs 

Smith James, Cataraqui / 
Smith John, Elginburg 
Smith Joseph, Cataraqui 
Smith L, " t 

Smith Nath, Westbrook 
Smith Nelson, 
Smith P, Glenvale t 

Smith Peter, Westbrook 
Smith Rich, CoUinsby 
Smith Robt, Westbrook/s 
Smith Sam, Collinsby o 
Smith Thos, Cataraqui t 
Smith capt W, Cataraqui 
Smith Wm. " t 

Smith Wm, Portsmouth t 
Smith Wm, Glenvale 
Smith W J, Cataraqui fs 
Snook Hy, Westbrook 
Sparhem Wm. Cataraqui 
Spooner C N, Glenburnie 
Spooner Reuben, 
Spooner Wm, 
Sproule J A, Westbrook 
Sproule James 
Sproule Joseph, jr, " 
Sproule Joseph sr, " 
Sproule Thos, 
Sproule Wm, " fs 

Stanley Wm, Cataraqui 
Stevens Abram, Westbro' 
Stevens Thos, Westbrook 
Stewart Jos, 

Stewart Sam, Westbrook 
Stewart Wm, Elginburgh 
Stigney Thos, Glenvale t 
Still David. Westbrook 
Stoddard Arth, Elginburg 
Storms John C, Wilton 
Strabenzie Col, Kingston o 
Summerville T, Sharpton ' 
Summerville W, " I 



Post Office 
Swift Mich, Glenburnie 
Thomas Wm, Westbrook 
Thompson D. Mt Chesney 
Thompson J, Elginburg t 
Thompson J, Mt Chesney 
Thompson J, Kingston t 
Thompson T, Mt Chesney 
Topliff Geo, Glenvale fs 
TopliffThos, 
Topliff Well, " fs 

Trennaman Jno, Kingston 
Trundell Chas, Cataraqui 
Trundell C A, 
Trundell Frs, Collinsby 
Vair Geo, Glenburnie 
Vair yohn, 
Vair Robt, 

Vanardon Abr, Kingston 
Vanardon Isaiah, 
Vanardon Jas, 
Vanardon John, 
Vanardon Math, 
Vanardon Thos, 
Vanluven A P, Murvale 
Vanluven John, 
Vanluven Mich, " 
Vanluven T F, Kingston o 
Vanluven Zara, Murvale 
Vean Wm C, Glenburnie 
Vroman Ed. Murvale 
Vroman John, Murvale 
Waddington G, Kingston 
Waddington H, 
Waddington W, 
Waggoner D, Glenburnie 
Waggoner H, 
Walkem Joseph, Kingston 
Walkem Rich, 
Walker Geo, Wilton 
Walker Hiram, 
Walker John, Glenburnie 
Walker J P, Wilton 
Walker N H, 
Wallace Hugh, Westbrook 



Post Office 
Walpolejohn, Westbrook 
Walter Jas jr, Elginburg t 
Walter Jas sr 
Walter Wm. " t 

Ward Jon, Portsmouth 
Ward John, Cataraqui 
Ward Jos, Elginburg t 
Ward P E, Portsmouth fs 
Ward Thos, Kingston t 
Ward Wm, Cataraqui t 
Ward W E, Portsmouth fs 
Wartman B A, Collinsby 
Wartmen C, Glenvale 
Wartman CD, 
Wartman E,Portsmouth/s 
Wartman Hy, 
Wartman H E, 
Wartman Hir, Elginburg 
Wartman J, Portsmouth 
Wartman John A. " fs 
Wartman Sidney, 
Watson Geo, Kingston 
Watts Henry, Glenvale 
Watts Samuel, Kingston 
Watts Sam N, " fs 

Wellburn M, Portsmouth 
Wellburu Wm, " fs 
White Geo E, Portsmouth 
Wilders Art, Kingston 
Wilders Geo, •' fs 

Wilders Henry, ' fs 
Wilders Joseph, " fs 
Williamson John, Glenb. 
Williamson Wm, 
Wilson Geo, Portsmouth 
Wilson Henry, Glenvale t 
Woodruff Chas, Elginbur' 
Woodruff John, Elginbur' 
Wright Dan. Westbrook 
Wright Geo, Westbrook 
Wright John, 
Young. J as, Glenvale 
Young, John, 
Young R R, 



TOWNSHIP OF LOUGHBOEO. 



This Township contains 52.000 acres, the greater portion of which is covered 
with lakes, the principal one being Loughborough Lake. It also contains sever- 
al very productive mines which are being developed, Nnmber of acres assessed, 
49,231 ; population 1.904. 

See also the following Villages in the Township : Desert Lake, Loughboro, 
now called Sydenham, Perth Road, Oates, Railton. Spaffordton, 



Post Office. : 
Abrams Benj, Desert L 
Abrarns J J. " | 

Albertson Jno, " ' 

Alder beck Rich, " j 

Alton John, Loughboro ' 
Amey Adam. " i 

Amey Adam, jr. Wilmur 
Amey Albert, Desert Lake 
Amey John, Spattordton i 
Amey Miles, " ; 

Amey Nelson jr, Wilmur [ 
Amey Peter, Perthroad 
Ansell G W, Loughboro / 
Arthur Geo, Perthroad t 
Ashley Abram, Loughboro ' 
Aykroyd Benj, Wilmur 
Aykroyd Geo, 
Aykroyd Sam, Railton fs 
Aykroyd Wm, Wilmur , 
Babcock Cy, Perthroad / 
Babcock David, " , 

Babcock J N. " ' 

Babcock K K, ^' /s | 

Backus Syl. Ix)Gghboro t 
Baker John S, Wilton | 

Barnett Art. Loughboro 
Barrett Chas, " / ' 

Bcnn Elgen, Spaffordton t 
Benn Nelson, " / 

Bennett W sr, Dessert L t 
Blackford H A, Wilton 
Blake Colburn. Loughbo' 
Blake Dan. 
Blake Geo S, " 



Post Office. 
Blake G O S, Spaftordton | 
Blake Jas O, " fs ; 

Blake John, Loughboro ' 
Blakesly Alb. " / ' 

Booth J K, " ; 

Botting Wm, 
Bailey Henry, 
Boyce David, Wilmur t 
Boyce Jacob, Loughboro 
Boyce Martin, Spaffordton 
Bovle Peter, Railton 
Brady Chas, Perthroad 
Brawley Jas, Loughboro 
Brawley Jose, " t 

Brawley Thos, 
Brawley Wilson, 
Brown David, " t 

Buck Albert, Loughboro 
Buck B, Perth Road t 
Buck Benoon, Spaffordton 
Buck Geo. Flailton 

Buck Harvey 
Buck Nelson. Wilmur 
Buck S P Spaffordon 

Buck Tim, 

Buse Wm, Loughboro t 
Buttermore Wm, P Road 
Caldwell T D, Loughboro 
Caldwell Thos. 
Campbell Arthur. P Road 
Campbell Wm. 
Carcallion Thos, Lough' 
Carey Francis, Spaffordf 
Chown Lewis. Loughboro 



Post Office 
Christopher Hen, Lough 
Clark And, 
Clark Chas. 

Clark Henry, Wilmur 

Clark John, Loughboro 
Clement Geo, 
Clough Owen, Perth Road 
Clowe M, Loughboro 

Coleman Michael, " 
Collins James, 
Collins Arthur, " t 

Collins Wm, Loughboro 
ConolyTim, Wilmur 
Conway Pat, Railton 
Corkill Wm J, Perthroad 
Cosgriff Dan, Wilmur 
Cosgriffjas, Spaffordton 
Cosgriff Joseph, ' fs 

Cosgrove James. Oates 
Counter Hy, Spaffordton 
Cox, Hy, Loughboro 
Cox H J, 

Cranston Chas, Railton 
Cranston I^vi, Railton 
Creighton Hugh. Loughb" 
Creighton John. 
Darling Avory, Perth Rd* 
Darling Ira. jr. 
Darling Ira, sr. 
Davey Adam. Loughboro 
Davey S. 

David Dan, " 

David Wm. 
Davis J W. 



TOWNSHIP OF LOUGHBORO. 



iig 



Post Office. 
Decks J as, Perth Road 
Deer George, Wilmur 

Deer Henry. Loughboro 
Dennie L, Loughboro 
Detlor B, " t 

Detlor Geo, " t 

Detlor W S, 

Devana Pat, Spaftbrdton 
Deyo Dan, Dessert L 

Deyo James, " fi 

Deyo Schylor, 
Deyo Sidney, 
Dixcn John R, Loughboro 
Donald John, Wilmur 
Donald P, Lougaboro t 
Donovan John, Railton 
Donovan T jr, 
Donovan T sr, Spaffordton 
Duff Chas, Perth Road 
DuffWm, 

Dulmage Geo, Loughboro 
Ennis Geo, Perth Road 
Ennis James, " 

Ferguson Robt, Wilmur t 
Ferguson W, Perth Road 
Foize Michael, 
Foxton Fred. 
Foxton J jr, 
Foxton J sr, 

Fraser Kenneth, Loughb 
Freeborn John, 
Freeman Alpheus, Lough' 
Freeman J M, " 

Freeman John R, Wilmur 
Freeman J W, Loughbora 
f^reeman P W, 
Freeman Sam, 
Freeman Stephen, " 
Freeman Wm W, " 
Gahan Patrick, P Road 
Garvin James, Loughboro 
Glass John J, Perth Road 
Glidden Wm, Loughboro 
Gossage Geo, 
Gossage John, 
Gouge Chas, " / 

Graham Jos, Spaftordton 
Graham Wm G, " fs 
Granger And, Loughboro 
Granger Francis, " fs 
Grant B, " /V 

Grant Jas, " 

Green Hy, Perth Road 
Grooms M, Loughboro 



Post Office 
Grooms Mich. Loughboro 
Guess Anson, 
Guess B S, 

Guess F, "A 

Guess Fergus, Wilmur 
Guess Geo W, Loughboro 
Guess J B, " 

Guess J N, Loughboro 
Guess Leignton, 
Guess Sidney, 
Guess Wm E, 
Guess Wm S, 
Guess WUmot, 
Guthrie John, Perth Road 
Guthrie Waltrr, jr, " 
Guthrie Walter, 
Guthrie Wm, 
Hadley Hiram, Perth R 
Hagerman Abram, Lough 
Hagerman Ed, Loughboro 
Haley Thos, Loughboro 
Harker Ed, Perth Road t 
Harker Greo, 
Harris Joseph, 
Hart Arthur, Spaffordton 
Hart Chas, Oates 

Hart Wm, Spaffordton 
Hartman Syl, Perth Road 
Hendershot — , Loughbo' 
Henderson John, Perth R 
Henry David, Wilmur 
Hobbs Syl, Perth Road 
Hobbs Wm, Loughboro 
Hogan Mich, Perth Road 
Hogon Patrick, Wilmur 
Holden John, Perth Road 
Holland T P, Loughboro t 
Homer Hy, 
Horning J W, 
Hughston Hy. Perth Road 
Irish John, 
Irvme Chas, 

rvine John, 

vey John, 

aqueth Kenneth, 

aqueth Wm E, 

ones Hamilton, Perth R 

ohnston David, Oates t 

ohnston Fr, Perth R t 

ohnston Ira, Loughbo t 

ohnston Jas, 

ohnston John, Perth Rd 

ohnston Lyman, 

ohnston P, Spaffordton 



Loughboro 



Post Office 
J ohnston W, Perth Road 
Joyce Rich, Spaffordton. 
Joyner Rich, Loughboro 
Kavanagh Fred, Perth R" 
Kavanagh Geo, Perth Ro' 
Keely Francis, Railton 
Keller Harvey, Oates fs 
Kelly John, Loughboro 
Kelly Thos, Loughboro 
Kemp George. " t 

Kemp M, " /s 

Kemp Wm, 

Kennedy Alf, " fs 

Kennedy Robt jr, 
Kennedy Robt sr, 
Kennedy Wm sr, Wilmur 
Koen Alex, Oates 

Koen James, " 

Koen John, 
Koen Michael, 
Keon Robt, 

Koen Wm, " fs 

Koen Wm M, " fs 

Kibbv John, Spafford'n fs 
Kibby Rich, 

Lacey Jos, Perth Road fs 
Lacey Mich, 

Lacey W P, Loughboro t 
Lahey Jas, 
Lake'D W, 

Lawrence Ed, " t 

Lawrence J no, " 

Lawrence T, " 

Lawrence Tim sr, " 
Lawrence Wm, " 
Law son Fred, " 

Lawson Jos, Spaffordton 
Leatherland J, Loughboro 
Lee Luke, " t 

Leheup J J, " t 

Leheup John, 
Loekart John, " 

Love Jos, Perth Road 
Lyons James, Railton 
Lyons Jas D, " fs 

McCadden R, Perth Rd t 
McCauley F D, Railton /s 
McCauley Frs, 
McCauley Neil, 
McCauley Wm, 
McConnell Jas, Spaffordn 
McDonald D S. Loughbo 
McDonald Jas. Oates 

McDonald John, Perth R 



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TOWNSHIP OF LOUGHBORO. 



Post Office ! 
McDonald Mich, Oates ! 
McEwen Wm, Loughboro j 
McFadden Jas. Perth Rd' \ 
McFadden Thos, " : 

McGown John, Loughboro j 
McKeren S. Railton i 

McLarty Wm, " ! 

McMillan A. Loughboro 
McMillan Henry, ' , 

McMillan Jas, 
McMillan Jno. " 

McMillan Wm, 
McQuade James, Wilmur 
McQuadePat, Spaffordto' 
McRory Jas. Loughboro 
McRory John, 
McRory W, •• t 

Mc Williams W.Loughb' t 
Mace W D, 
Madden Daniel, 
Marks Hy, 
Martin Charles, 
Martin Steph, 
Maverty Albert, " t 
Maverty Robt, Wilmur 
Merriman Chas, Oates 
Metcalfe J, Dessert L t 
Middleton R, Loughboro 
Miles J, Wilmur 

Mills Charles, Oates 

Moon Wm, Loughboro 
MoQre Joseph. 
Muclehern Jno, Wilmur 
Mucklewe Geo, Perth Rd 
Murray T, Railton 

Nichols Jos. Loughboro t 
Nichols Sidney, " 
O'Brien Jas sr, Railton 
O'Brien Jas jr, 
O'Brien P. 

O'Connor Chas, " fs 
O'Connor John. 
O Connor T, Loughboro 
O'Rielly John. " fs 

ORielly Luke. 
O'RileyThos. Loughboro 
Orser Chas. Wilmur 

Page Alf. Dessert Lake 
Page Fred, 
Page Jeremiah, 
Palmer Cieo, Loughboro 
Patterson Ralph, jr, Wil" 
Patterson Ralph, sr, " 
Patterson Wm, 



Post Otfice 
Perry Geo, Wilmur 

Peters Joseph, Perth Rd' 
Phillips Geo, 

Pixley Edward, Spaffordf 
Pixley Ezra, 
Pixley Lyman. 
Pixley Miles, 

Provice Amos, Wilmur t 
Purdy D W, Loughboro 
Purdy E B, 
Purdy Geo, 
Purdy J W, 
Purdy K L, 
Purdy LVV, 

Raymond J W, Perth Rd 
Raymond Wm, " t 

Raymond W H, " 
Rea Charles. 

Rea Joseph, Wilmur 

Redden Jas, Loughboro t j 
Redmond Jos. " fs 

Redmond Wm. " ' 

Roberts J H, Perth Road j 
Roberts John S, " / i 
Rollow Jos, Dessert L 
Rothwell Sam, " I 

Roushorn A, Wilmur 

Houshorn John, Perth R t 
Roushorn W. 
Rutledge Ar, Spaffordton 
Rutledge Geo. 
Rutledge Jas, 
Rutledge John, 
Rutledge Wm, " fs 

Ruttan Chas, Loughboro 
Ruttan John jr, " fs 
Ruttan John, 
Ruttan J W. •' t 

Ruttan Miles, Wilmur / 
Ruttan Peter, Spafiford'n t 
Ruttan Wm. Loughboro 
Ryan Ed. Oates fs 

Ryan Mathew, 
Ryan Patrick, jr 
Ryan Patrick, 
Ryder Thos, Loughboro t 
Sears John. Perth Road 
Sears Sam, 
Sedore Abram, 
Shales Jas, 
Shales John H, 
Shales Wm E. 
Shales Wm T, Loughboro 
Sharp Adam. 



Post Office 
Shaw Thos, Oates 

Shea Danl, Loughboro t 
Shibley Hy, 

Shibley Sch, Dessert L 
Sholts Wm, Perth Road 
Short Ed, Oates 

Sigsworth Geo, Loughbo' 
Sigsworth Jas, " 

Sigsworth John. 
Sigsworth Wm, 
Sills Edw, Spaffordton t 
Sills John. Loughboro t 
Sills John jr, Oates 

Sills Wesley, Loughboro 
Silver John L, Perth Rd 
Silver John W, " t 

Silver Sam, Loughboro 
Simkins Bailey, Loughbo' 
Simkins Bailey B, " 
Simkins Harvey, Lough' 
Simpson Isaac, Kingston 
Slack Robt, Loughboro 
Slack Wm. 

Slavin John " t 

Smith Chas, Railton 

Smith Henry. Perth Road 
Smith Norman, Loughbo, 
Smith Robt. Railton 
Smith Thadens. Oates 
Snider Alphens. Perth R* 
Snider Davis. Loughboro 
Snook John A. Dessert L' 
Snook J N, Dessert L 

Snook Wm, 

Soles Lyman. Wilmur 
Spafford Elijah. Spafiford' 
Spafford Moses, " fs 
Stockwell F W. Wilmur 
Stones Jabez. Perth Road 
Sullivan Michael. Oates 
Switzer Alf. Loughboro 
Switzer [no, 

Switzer Norman, " t 
Tett Benj, 

Tett John P. " t 

Thomas James, Perth Rd 
Thomkins Hy, *' 

Thompson Jas. 
Thompson Robt. 
Thorn Jossph. 
Townsend A. Loughboro 
Trousdale John, " / 
Trousdale J W. ' 

Trousdale Mat jr. " fs 



TOWNSHIP OF OLDEN. 



121 



Post Office 
Trousdale M sr, Loughb' 
Tniscott Sam, 
Valier Alex, Wilmur 

Valier Dan, Lough boro 
Valier Ed. 

Valier — , Perth Road 
Vankoughnet P, Wilmur 
Vanluven Mich, Loughbo 
Vanluven Wesley. 
Verrett J as, Desert L / 
Votery Theo. Perth Rd 
\\alker Aaron, Desert L 
Walker Chas. 
Walker J D, 
Walker Stewart, 



Post Office 
Wallace Wm, Perth Rd 
Walsh John, Oates 

Walsh Lawr. Perth Rd 
Walsh Wm. Oates 

Walter Wallace, Lough 
Wear James. 
Welstead John, 
Whalen Chas, Oates 

Whalen Patrick, 
Whalen Wm. 
Williams Cor, Loughboro 
Wilson Chris, " t 

Wilson John, " t 

Wolfe John, Perth Rd 
Wood Aim on. Loughbo' t 



Post Office 
Wood Bryan. Loughboro 
Wood Harvey, 
Wood J as, 

Wood John. " fs 

Wood Sidney, 
Woodruff Dan. " t 

Woodruffjos. 
Wright Abraham, Oates 
i Wright John, Loughboro 
Wright Mathevv, Oates 
Yeomans H. Perth Road 
Young Barnabas, " t 
Young Michael, 
Young Norman, Loughbo 
Young Wm, Perth Road 



TO'WNSHIP OF OLDEN. 



Acres Assessed 4,500. Population, 740. 

See also the following Villages in the Township : Long Lake, Mountain Grove, 
Oso. 

fS" The letter t in italics signifies tenant, o occupier ; all the rest are owners. 



Post Office. 
Abbott G, Mt Grove 
Abbott S, 

Allen L W, Perth 

Anthony A. Sharbot Lake 
Armstrong R. Mt Grove 
Armstrong Thos, 
Armstrong W J, Zealand^ 
Asselstine M, Oconto o 
A spell Michael, Mt Grove 
Aspell Edw, 

Avery & Thompson, S L'k 
Babcock Har, Long Lake 
Babcock Waldron. " o 
Babcock W H. " o 

Bannan Chas, " o 

Barr Edw, Mt Grove 

Bender W H, Long Lake 
Bender W P, 
Beverly Thos, 
Bowerman J as. Napanee 
Bradley Geo, Mt Grove t 
Brown Albert. Parham 
Burke Henry, Oso Station 
Burke Joseph 
Burke J K, 



Post Office 
Campbell Chas, Arden 
Campbell John, Oconto 
Canning Robt, Mt Grove 
Chapman Dan, S Lake 
Chapman L, 

Charlton Wm, Zealand 
Conboy Geo, Mt Grove 
Conboy Jas, Deerdock 
Conboy John 
Conboy Wm, 

Coulter Jos, Mtn Grove 
Coulter Wm. 

Cox David, " o 

Cox Joseph. ". o 

Cox Joshua. " 

Cox Thos sr, 

Cox Thos, " o 

Crawford Geo, 
Cronk Col, Long Lake 
Cronk Freebum, " t 
Cronk Sylvanus. 
Cronk William, 
Crozier A sr, Mtn Grove 
Crozier Alex, 
Crozier — , 



Post Office 
Mt Grove 



Cataraqui 

M urvale 

Napanee 

Mtn Grove 



Long Lake 
Mtn Grove 



I Crozier W G, 
; Curl Edmond, 

David Z, 
I Davy S W, 
I Deroche E A, 

Dorey Fras, 

Dorey S, 

Drew Alex, 

Drew Coffield, 

Drew Geo, 

Drew Henry. 

Droke J H, 

Dusham John, Long Lake 

Dusham Louis, 

Ewart Wm. Mtn Grove 

Ewens Henry, 

Ewens John, 

Ewens Wm, 

Flett James. Oso Station 

Flynn Geo, Mtn Grove 

Flynn Robt, 

Foster Aug, Parham t 

Foster Wm, 

Fralick H N, Morven 

Fraser Alex. Mtn Grove 



122 



TOWNSHIP OF OLDEN. 



Post Office 
Fraser Wm, Mtn Grove 
Gallaher Thos, Long lake 
Garrett Joel. Mtn Grove 
Godfrey Ch. Long Lake 
Godfrey E L. Mtn Grove 
Godfrey John, 
Green Lewis, Long Lake t 
Griffith J A, Parham 

Harton Jos, Long Lake ! 
Harton Wm. " I 

Hawley W T, Arden ' 

Hickey John. Kingston 
Irvine Robert, " | 

ack Robt, Deseronto I 

ohnston Jno, " i 

ohnston J, Mtn Cirove 
ohnston J. Deerdock u 
ohnston R. Oso Station 
ohnston Wm. Mtn Grove 
ohnston W G. Long Lake 
ordan Wm. Wilton 

Keatmg Edw, Long Lake ^ 
Kelar (leo, Kingst<5n o 
Kenyon Thos. 
Lake Moses, Arden 

Laidley Alf. Mtn Grove 
Laidley R. Maberly 

Laurie Jno, Oso Station 
Lennon Jas, Long Lake 
Lennon Sam, Wilton 

Lewis Geo, Mtn Grove 
Lewis Henry, 
Lewis Oliver, 
Love James, Long Lake 
Loyst Harvey, Arden 

Loyst W N. 

McCharles M. Deerdock 
McConnell W. Portsmth 
McDonald A. Mtn Grove 
McDonald A jr. 



Post Office 
McGill Arch, Kingston 
McGinnes Alex. Oconto 
McKeever G, Long Lake 
McKim Nelson, Westport 
McMahon Jno, 
McPherson D, Deerdock 
McPherson John, " 
McPherson Jos, " o 
McPherson Rich. " o 
Malcolm David 
Miller Wm. Mt Grove 
Mills Geo. Mt Grove 

Mills Jas, sen, 
Mills Jas, Portsmouth 
Mills John 

Mills W B. Arden 

Montgomery Chas, S Lake 
Motherwell Jno. Perth 
Newman Almon, S Lake 
Parker Chas. Mt Grove 
Parker Jas, 
Parker Jas, jr, 
Parker Nelson 
Peters John, 
Peters Val. 
Preston Jas. 
Price C V, 
Price D W. 
Price J E, 
Price J G. 
Price L L. 
Price M W, 
Price Nicholas, 
Ruin Bernard, Long Lake 
i Ruin John, 
Rathbun H B. Deseronto 
Raycroft Jno. Long Lake 
Reiley Gerald. 
Reiley Paul 
Reynolds George 



S Lake 



Kingston 

Mt Grove 

Arden 



Post Office 
Richey Howard. L Lake 
Robinson & Robinson, Kf 
Robson Michael. L Lake 
Sanderson D W. Mt Gro' 
Sanderson H B, Arden 
Sanderson J A, Mt Grove 
Sanderson James, " 
Sanperson Y, 
Sanderson Wm. 
Scott John, S Lake 

See William, Arden 

Shibley H T, Kingston 
Shibley Schuyler, 
Smith John, Parham 

Soles Alph, Mtn Grove 
Soles Thos, 
Stinchcombe J, 
StinchcombeR,LongI^ke 
Store Baptist, 
Thompson G C, Arden 
Thompson G. Long Lake 
Tryon Wm, Sharbot Lake 
Tuttle Isaac, 
Vanvalkenburg G, Parh ra 



Velvey Geo. 
Velvey Ira 
Velvey John, 
Wagar Clay, 



Oconto o 
o 
Parham 
Long Lake 
Walker Hiram. Westport 
Warren Edw, Deerdock 
Watson N B, Mt Grove o 
Watson W J, ' o 

Watson Wm, 
Webster W J, Kingston 
Wilson James, S Lake o 
Worsted H, Long Lake 
Worsted Pat, 
York Martin. " o 



TOWNSHIP OF OSO. 



Acres assessed 3.906. Population 767. 

Post offices: Clarendon Station, Oso Station, Deerdock, Oconto, Sharbot Lake, 
Zealand. 



tS" The letter t in italics signifies tenants, fs., farmers* sons and o. occupiers ; 
all the rest are owners. 



Post Office 
Adams Abrah, Maberly 
Adams Jas, Kingston 

Amey All, Sharbot Lake 
Armstrong )ohn, Maberly 
Armstrong J, 

Armstrong J jr. Zealand 
Armstrong R G, Maberly 
Armstrong S, Sharbot L 
Armstrong Thos, Maberly 
Armstrong Wm, Zealand 
Babcock J, Sharbot Lake 
Bamnon Chs, " t 

Bishop C, Zealand 

Bishop Joshua, 
Bishop Was, 
Bodar Simon, Bellbrook 
Boles Jno, Oso Station 
Botting Edw, Sharbot L 
Bradshaw G, Sharbot L 
Bragg John, 

Brian John, Maberly 

Briggs Geo. Sharbot Lake 
Buchanan Dan, Maberly 
Buchanan Geo, 
Buchanan Hugh, 
Burke Elijah, Oso Station 
Burke Henr)-. 
Burke John, 

Burke John, jr, ,, fs 
Burke Joseph, 
Burke Joseph, jr, " fs 
Burke fos R, 
Burke Rich, 
J^urke Solomon. 



Post Office 
Burke Robt, Oso Station 
Burke Robt, jr, " fs \ 

Burke Wm. 
Butler Geo. 
Butler P, 

Calvert Geo, Zealand 

Cameron Jno, Shar Lake 
Campbell John, Perth \ 
Campbell Jno, Oconto 
Cavelry James, 
Chambers Henry, S Lake 
Chambers J, Zealand 

Charlton J, Maberly 

Charlton Jos, 
Charlton R, 

Coates O, Boliagbrook 
Cobb Thos, Zealand 

Cohen Laz, Maberly 

Culvert Wm, Zealand 
Cook I P, Clarendon 

Conboy Dan, Zealand 
Conboy Jno, Oso Station 
Conroy Edw, Clarendon 
Costel'lo], S Lake 

Costello S. 

Grain J, Clarendon 

Grain W, Zealand 

Crawford F, S Lake 

Crawford Geo, Oso Stati' 
Davidson H, Forfar 

Dukson Wm, Sharb Lake 
Dodds David, Zealand 
Dodds Rich, Sharb Lake 
Donnellv Ed, Zealand 



Post Office 
Donnelly Jno, Zealand 
Doran Wm, Sharbot Lake 
Duffv Isaac, Maberlv 

Duffy William, 
Ellsworth Jno, Shar Lake 
England Alex, 
England John, 
England Wm, 
Estes George, 
Ferguson Dun, Oso Stati' 
Fleming Robt, S Lake 
Flett Jas, Clarendon 

Folger Ben, Sharbot Lake 
Francis Wm, Oso Station 
Garrett Geo, Zealand 

Garrett Thos, 
Garrett Wm, 
Gould Geo. 

Grady Jno. Shar' Lake 
Graham DV, Oso Station 
Gray Arch, Maberly 

Gray John, 
Gray Peter, 
Griffith Jno, 
Green Adolp, 
Greer fno. 
Greer Thos, " 

Greer \\'m, Maberlv 

Hanna W R, Bolgbrke 
Harrison Piere, Zealand 
Harrison Wm jr, " 
Harrison W sr, Sh Lake 
Henderson W, Oso Station 
Holley Wm, 



Parham 

Sh Lake .' 

Zealand 



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Post Office 
Hughes las, Zealand 

Hughes Robt, Maberly 
Irvine Robt, Kingston 
Irwin Jas. Oso Station 
Johnson Jos, 
Johnson Robt, 
Johnson Thos, Maberly 
[ohnson Wm, Bishops M 
Joiner Chas, Sharbot lake 
Jones John, Bolnigbroke 
Jones Step, 
fudge Wm. 
Kelly Jas, 
Kennedy Jno. 
Kennedy Sam. 
Kirkham Thos, 
Kirknam Wm, 
Kirkpatrick Geo, Kingston 
Knapp Chas, Bolingbroke 
Knapp John W, 
Knapp John, 
Lees Wm, 
Livingstone J, 
Lomie Jno, 
Lorman Jas, 
Luch James, 
Lyle Jas, 
McCharles A, Zealand 
McEwen Thos, Maberly 



Sharbot Lake 



Oconto 
Maverly 



Fallbrooke 

Maberly 

Perth 

Zealand 

Maberly 



Post Office 
McGinnis Alex, Oconto 
McGinnis Jas, 
McGinnis Wm, 
Mclntyre Dan, SharLake 
McKay Ar, Oso Station 
McKeever Geo, Bolingbro' 
McLaren Pet, Perth 

McPherson H, Deerdock 
McPherson H. 
McPherson J, 
McVeigh Hy. Shar Lake 
McVeigh Jas, Zealand 
Meighaa Jas. 
Moss Jas. Oso Station 
Motherwell Jno, Perth 



Noble Isaac, 

Palmer Jas, 

Palmer Jos, 

Pappa Jos, 

Parks John. 

Paterson Jas. 

Peters Jno, 

Ritchie Jno, 

Robinson Jas, Oso Station 

Robinson VV H, Sh Lake 

Robinson W, 

Rutledge Jas, Maberly 

Samuels Chs, Oso Station 

Sargent Geo. Zealand 



Kingston 
Maverly 



Elphin 

Maberly 

Oso Station 

Bolingbroke 



Post Office 
Sargent Henry, Zealand 
Scott Cashel. 
Sharbot Jos, Sharbot L 
Shaw Wm, " 

Shibley Sch, 
Shults John, 

Simpson I, Kingston 

Sliter H, Bolingbroke 

SI iter W L. 

Switzer Calvin, Sh Lake t 
Tharrett Wm. 
Thompson & Avery, " 
Tombleson Jno, Deerdock 
Tysick John, Maverly 

Tysick Jos, Zealand 

Vanwincle D, Shar Lake 
Veil Ira, Oconto 

Warren D, Sharbot Lake 
Warren Edw, Deerdock 
Warren Jno, 

Watkins B, Clarendon 
Watkins P J. 
Watkins W, 

Webster Thos, Deerdock 
Weir Wm J, Oso Station 
Wesley Henry, Maverly 
Young Chas, Zealand 

Young Henry, Kingston 
Young Jas, Zealand 



TO^WNSHIP OF PALMEESTON. 



Number of acres assessed, 2,600; population 783. 

See also the following Villages in the Township: Mississippi Station, Ompah. 
The letter t in italics signifies tenant ; all the rest are owners. 



Post Office- 
Adams Geo, Ottawa 
Agnew John, Kingston 
Allen I. Mississippi 
Allen John, 
Allen Kobt. 
Allen Samuel, 
Anderson John, Ompah 
Andrews B J, 
Arkle Peter, 
Avery Joseph, 
Bailey John, High Falls / 
iSawden Jos. Kingston 



Post Office. 
Beaupre Joseph, Ompah 
Beau pre Sorel. 
Boner Joel. 

Booth R J. Ottawa 

Briscoe Thos. Ompah 
Burnosh Moscin, " 
Caldwell Wm, Ompah 
Cameron Hugh. 
Cameron James 
Cameron John, 
Campbell Jas, " 

Campbell John. 



Post Offic© 
Campbell Neil, Ompah 
Campbell Thos. 
Campbell VV N. 
Chapman C, Seeleys Bay 
Chappel Jas, Ompah 

Clark Wm, Mississippi 
Clemo Peter. Mississippi 
Clemo Simon. 
Collop H G. Ompah 

Compton Jas, " 

Coughlin Thos. Mississip' 
Crawford Alex, 



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Post Office. 
Crouse C E, Ompah t 
Davis Wm, Mississippi 
Daw Anthony. Ompah 
Dawson John, 
Deaves Robt, 
Denny Henry, Mississippi 
Dickinson Sam. Ompah 
Dishaw T, Ompah 

Dishaw Uzeb, 
Donaldson Allen, 
Donaldson Jas, 
Donaldson Sam. 
Donaldson S sr. Kingston 
Donaldson W J, Ompah 
Doran Wm, Mississippi 
Dunham H. Ompah 

Durkin Pat, 
Elkington John, 
Elliott Geo, 
Elliott Hy, 
Elliott John. 
Evans \Vm. 
Ferguson Arch, 
Ferguson Wm, 
Flett Jas, Mississippi 

Foot Peter, 

Garrow Joseph Ompah 
Geary Arch, 

Oeddes Robt, Mississippi 
Gilchiist Jas, 
•Gilchrist Jas jr, 
Goslaw Oliver, Ompah 
■Grant Chas A, Clarendon 
Gregory' M, Ottawa 

Hamel Gilbert, Ompah 
Hannah Al, Mississippi 
Hannah J E, 
Hannah John, 
Hannah William, 
Hitchcock John, Ompah 
Holly Wm, High Falls 
Hughes Dan, Mississippi 
Hyde Joseph Ompan 

Irwin W, Sceley's Bay 



James A H, 
Jamieson R D, 
Jarb Joseph. 
Jarbo Ad, 
Jarbo Fabien 



Ompah 



t 



Ompah i 



Post Office 
Johnston Henry, Ompah 
Johnston H G, 
Johnston Jas, 
Johnston R C, Clarendon 
Jones J E. Mississippi 
Kelly John 
Kennedy Pat, 
Kennedy Thos. " 

Kirk wood Jas, 
Leadbeater N J, Ompah 
Lennox John, 
Linton Wm. " 

Lownsberry Geo, 
Luker Rich, 

McDonald Dan, Miss'pi 
McDonald John, " 
McDougal Allan, 
McDougal Duncan, " 
McDougal Jas, Ompah 
McDougal John, Miss'pi 
McDougal Robt, 
McCoy R, Mississippi 

McGregor Robt, Ottawa 
McKenzie yohn,jr, Ompa' 
McKinnon Hugh, Mississ' 
McLaren David, " 
Mai loch E G, Perth 

Mann Jas, Mississippi 
Mann Wm, Elphin 

Massey Geo, jr, Ompah 
Massey Geo, 

Matheson R J. Perth 

Meek Hy, Mississippi 
Miller John, Ompah 

Miller Joseph, Mississippi 
Miller Thos. 
Miller Wm, 

Moore Anthony, Ompah 
Moore Baptiste, 
Moore Sam, " 

Moore Wm, 
Morrow Louis, " 

Morrow Louis jr, 
Moors Jas, " t 

Moors Thos, Seeley's Bay 
Mundell Wm, Ompah 
O'Neil [ohn, Mississippi 
Olmstead Geo, 
Olmstead Geo, Jr, " 



Post Office 
Ostler Fred, Ompah 

Pepper Jas. 

Peters Joshua, Mississippi 
Peters Sam, 

Pierce WJ, Seeley's Bay 
Playfair Wm, Elphin 

Porteous Arch, Ompah t 
Potter Noble. 
Pratt Robt, Ompah 

Rasberry Antoine, " 
Rasberry Jer'h, Ompah 
Rice Nat. Mississippi 

Robertson & Co, 
Robinson Jas. Clarendon 
Robinson Jno, Cmpah 
Robinson Wm. 
Ryder Jno. 
St Pierre Aug, 
St Pierre Frank. 
Shevlin J P. 

Shelley B J. Mississippi 
Skead James. Ottawa 

Slyter«P W\ Ompah 

Smith Robt, Mississippi 
Stewart Chas, Ompah 
Stewart Wm. 
Tennant Jas, 

Tennant John, " t 

Tennant Wm, " 

Thomas Wm, 
Thompkins Thos, Miss'pi 
Turcotte Bru, Ompah 
Vann C W, Mississippi 
Watson Alex, Ompah 

Watson Andrew, 
Watson Jas, 

Wait Wm, Mississippi 
Watt Jas, Ompah 

Watt Jno, 

Webb W^m, Mississippi 
White Peter, 

Wilson Geo. Elphia 

Wilson Robt, 
Woods Robt, Ompah 

Woods Thos, 
Wright Adam. Elphin 
Wright John, Ompah 



TCWNSHIP OF PITTSBURG. 



This township is connected with the city by a bridge which was rebuilt in 1845. 
The land is of varied quality, some of it very rich and fertile ; other parts rocky 
and unproductive. The Rideau Canal forms the Western boundary of this 
township. Acres assessed 48,276 ; population 2,653. 

See also the following Villages in the township: Ballantyne Station, Barriefield, 
Birmingham, Brewer's Mills, Kingston Mills, Pitts' Ferry, Washburn, Willets- 
holme. 

IS" The letter t in italics signifies tenants, fs., farmers' sons ; all the rest are 
owners. 



Post Office 
Abbott Wm. Biraning'm 
Abrams John jr, Willetsh 
Abrams John sr, 
Acton Robt, Birming'm 
Agnew Ed, 
Agnew Robt, " 

Allen Sam, Brewers Mis t 
Allen Wm, Barriefield / 
Anderson Jas, Kingston 
Anglin John, Brew' Mills 
Anglin Sam, Kingston 
Anglin Walter, Brewers' 
Anglin Wm. 

Anglin Wm B, Kingston 
Armstrong Fran, Birming' 
Ashley Geo, Pittsburg 
Ashley Jno. 
Ashley Wm, " 

Atkinson Hiiam, Willets' 
Atkinson Jas, Birmingha' 
Atkinson Thos, 
Atkinson Wm, 
Baillie M (i. Barriefield /i 
Baillie Reginald 
Baillie Thos, 
Baillie Wm, 

Baker Thos, Pittsferry 
Ballentyne And, Ballenty' 
Hallentyne Jno. Kingston 
Ballentyne Kobt, Ballent' 
Barker Ed J, Barriefield 





Post Office 


Barnes Hy, 


Kingston t 


Barnes Jas, 


" 


Barnes [ R, 


" fs 


Barrett Hy, 


Barriefield 


Barrett Jas. 


" fs 



Barrigan Tim, Birming'm 

Bawden Hy, Kingston 

Baxter Geo, Barriefield 

Baxter J D. 

Beaton Wm, Kingston 

Beaton Wm F, " fs 

Beattie Jno, South Lake 

Bell John, Willetsholme 

Bell Thos. 

Bell Walter. 

Bennett Jno, " fs 

Bennett Robt, 

Birmingham Jno, Birmin' 

Blake Pat, 

Blake Thos, 

Blaney W jr, Kingston fs 

Blaney W sr. 

Boner Wm, Ballentyne 

Boswell Walt, Barriefield 

Bower J P, Seeley's Bay 

Bowles Ed. Ballentyne 

Bowman Chas, Barriefield 

Braddon Ed jr, King' Mis 

Braddon Etl sr, Kingston 

Braddon Jas, King' Mills 

Brash Robt, Pittsferry / 



Post Office 
Brebner JnO; Ballentyne 
Breden Wm, Pittsferry 
Brewer Jas, Gananoque 
Brewster Wm, Ballentyne 
Britton D F, Gananoque 
Brooks And, Kingston 
Brooks F G. " fs 

Brown Alf, 

Brown And, Willetsholme 
Brown Dan, Washburne 
Brown Hy, Ballentyne 
Brown Robt, Willetsh'me 
Brown Wm. Ballentyne 
3ryant Dan, Kingston fs 
Bryant Duncan, " /s 
Bryant Jas, 
Bryant Wm, 

Bucknell Jas, Barriefield t 
Bulch John, Kingston t 
Bullock Jno. Kingston 
Burnash Frs, Brew Mills 
Burnash Jos. 
Burns John. Birming'm 
Burns Mat. Barriefield 
Burns Wm, Birming'm fs 
Burns Wm, Kingston t 
Burton Thos, 
Byrne Ed, Barriefield 

Byrne Jas, Barriefield 
Cairns Ed, Birmingham 
Callaghan Dan, Barriefie' 



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127 



PoBt ocace 
Callery Pat, Willetsholm 
Carev Rich. Birmingham 
Carey Thos. 

Cartwright R J , Kingston 
Case John, 
Chambly Peter. 
Chapman Jno, Willetshol' 
Cherry \Vm, Barriefield 
Church Hiram. Pittsferry 
Clark Mat, Kmgston 

Clark \Vm, Kingston t 
Colquhoun H, Washburn 
Colquhoun John, " 
Colquhoun R, Willetshom 
Connell Robert. Kingston 
Connell Thomas, " 
Connor H, South Lake fs 
Connor T,jr " " fs 

Connor T, sr " 
Consgreen John. Brewer's 
Conway Jas, Barrieheld t 
Corkill Samuel. Kingston 
Cowan A B. Pittsferry 
Cowan A J, 
Cowan Hugh 
Cowan James, 
Cummings Jas, Willetsh' 
Cummings Jos, 
Cunningham E jr, K Mills 
Curtis Jas, Washburn 
Darling Chas, Willetsh' 
Darling Noble, 
Darragh Alex, Kingston 
Darragh Hugh, 
Darragh Jas, King' Mills 
David Isaac, Willetsh'me 
David Israel, 

Davis John jr, Pittsf'ry fs 
Davis John sr, 
Deane Pat, Kingston Mis 
Dick Geo, Barriefield t 
Dillon Frank, Brewers' 
Dillon Jno, 

Dillon Wm, Willetsholme 
Dockrill Jno, Brewers Ml 
Dolan Wm, Kingston Ml 
Donaldson A, Kingston fs 
Donaldson J, Birming'm 
Donaldson Jos, 
Donaldson J. W. 
Donaldson S, Kingston t 
Donaldson W. Birming'm 
Donaldson W' J, 
Donnelly J, Seeley's Bay 



Post Office 

' Donoghue T, Kingston Ml 
Doyle Jas, Barrieheld fs 
; Doyle Jas. sr 
! Doyle Jno, sr 
i Doyle J W. " fs^ 

' Dovle Thos, Barriefield/s 
Doyle Wm, " fs 

Draper Ld, " fs '■ 

Draper Geo, " fs 

Draper Thos, " ' 

Duffey Francis, Kingston ' 
Duffey Jas, 
Dufiey John, 

Duffey sara, " , 

, Duggan Geo, " ' 

I Duggan John, " fs ' 

Dunden Jno, South Lake 
i Dunlop Robt, Barriefield : 
I Dunlop R jr, Birming'm/s 1 
j Dunlop R sr, " ' 

I Dunlop R J, Kingston t ' 
I Edgar Jer. Ballentyne \ 
' Edgar Joseph, Kingston ; 
i Edwards John, 
I Elder James, 
Elliott Jas, Willetsholme i 
Elliott R J. 

Elliott Thos. " : 

English James, Kingston 
English William. 
Esford Henry, Barriefield ; 
Esford John, " t ' 

Fairman A, Gananoque fs j 
Fair man Warren, " 
Fairman Wm, " I 

Farrelly B, Kingston 1 

Ferguson Jas, Ballentyne 
Finigan Hugh, Kingston t 
Fisher Wm, Brewers' 

Forrester C jr, Sly Bay fs 
Forrester C sr, 
Forrester Mich, " fs 
Franklin Chas, Kingston 
Franklin Jos, " ! 

Franklin W H, Birmg'm 
Free Sam, Ballentyne ; 
Gambell D. King' M'ills : 
Garrett John, Washburn ; 
Garrett Wm, Barriefield 1 
Gates Abel, Kingston * 

Gates Geo, " *■■ 

Gates Jos, " fs<\ 

Gates W^m, " ' 

George Freel. Barriefield [ 



Post Office 
Germain Ar, Birmingh'm 
Germain Wm, 
Gesner rev O, Kingston 
Gillespie Hugh, Brewers' 
Gillespie John, Kingston fs 
Gillespie J W, 
Gillespie Thos, Brewers' 
Glenn Wm, Washburn 
Gordon Jas, Kingston 

Gordon Thos, Willetsh'm 
Gough EAw, Kingston 
Gough Patrick, 
Gough Rich jr, 
Gough Rich sr, _. *' 
Gough Robert, 
Gould And, Birmingham 
Grange Wm, Barriefield 
Grant Alex, Kingston 

Graves Chas, " fs 

Graves Geo, " fs 

Graves Geo H, " fs 

Graves Hy, 
Graves Michael, 
Green Sam, 

Green Wm, Birming'm 
Greeaison Jno, Willesh'm 
Greer John, Kingston 

Greer S J. " fs 

Grice Ab, Willetsh'm t 
Grice Robt, Pittsferry 
Grice Wm, " fs 

Grimshaw D, Kingston t 
Hamilton Jas, 
Hamilton Thos, 
Harding Geo, Kingston 
Harding W^m, Willetsh'm 
Harding James, Kingston 
Harding John, 
Harding Jno, Willetsh'm 
Harding Wm, 
Harrison C, Kingston Ml 
Hartnett Wm, " 
Hay Alex, Kingston 

Hay Donald, 

Halferty Jas, Washburn 
Henderson J, Willetsh'm 
Henderson R, Pittsferry 
Henry David, Kingston 
Hill Alex, Pittsferry 

Hill D J, Brewers' 

Hora Arthur, Kingston 
Hora Wm, 

Hudson Jno, Seeleys Bay 
Hunt H W, Birming'm 



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TOWNSHIP OF PITTSBURG. 



Post Office. 
Hunter Geo. Willetsh'me 
Hunter Nelson, 
Hunter Rich, South Lake 
Hunter Robt, Kingston 
Hunter \Vm, 

Hutton Frs, Birming'm 
Hutton Jas, " 

Hutton Thos, Birming'm 
Hutton \Vm, 

Hyland W'm, Kingston 
HysopChasjr, Pittsferrj- 
Hysop Chas sr. 
Hysop John, Ballentyne 
Irvine \Vm, Barriefield t 
Irvin Edward. Kingston /s 
Irwin Francis, Kingston t 
Jackson A E, Pittsferry 
fackson Alex, Willetshm 
Jackson Dan'l, Pittsferry 
Jackson E B, 

Jackson Francis. " /j 
Jackson Hy. Pittsferry fs 
Johnston Hy, Washburn 
Johnston Jas. VVillesh'me 
Johnston \Vm, 
Johnston W'm, Washburn 
Johnston W'm J, ' • fs 
Joyce Dan, Birmingham 
Joyce David. 
Joyce John, 
Joyce Luke, 
Joyce Mathew, 
Joyce Mat jr. 
Joyce Michael, 
Joyce Pat, 

Kane John Brewers' 

Kane Sam. 
Keegan Pat, 

Kendall J E, Washburn 
Kilduft Jno, Ballentyne 
Kilduff Pat, Birmingh m 
KilduffThos, Willatshm 
Kirkpatrick Geo, Kingston 
Kirkwood John, Washburn 
Lackey Robt, W'illetsh m 
Lafferty Jas, 

Lane Chas. Pittsferry 

Lawlesjohn, Kingston 
Lawless Mich'l, Kingston 
Ledboater Wm, Brewer s 
LeHeup Harry, Barriefield 
Lucy Geo, Willetsholme 
Lucy William, 
Lunman A, Kingston Ml 



Post Office 
Lyons John, Seeley s Bay 
Lyons Levi, Willetsholm 
McAdoo John, Kingston 
McAdoo Wm jr, Kingston 
McAdoo Wm sr, 
McAlpin Arch, South Lk 
McAlpin Robt, 
McBroom Hy, Washburn 
McCallum Alex, Kingston 
McCallum John, Barrie'd 
McCallum Pat, Kingston 
McCallum Peter, Brewers' 
McCaugherty D, Ptsfry fs 
McCaugherty H, 
McCaugherty Tjr, " fs 
McCaugherty J sr, ' 
McCormack Geo. 
McDonnell — . King' Mills 
McFarlane Jno, Birming' 
McGillivray Jno, Washb' 
McGregor Wm, Barrie'd 
McGuire Jas, Kingston 
McKane Sam, Birmingm 
McKanna Jno, Brewers' 
McKanna Pat jr, " fs 
McKanna Pat sr, 
McKeeJos, 
McKendry David, ■' 
McKendry Jas, Birming'm 
McKendry Jos, Brewers' 
McKenty Pat, Birming'm 
McKenzieJno, Kingston 
McLaughlin Ant, 
McLaughlin Rt, Barrie'd^ 
McLean Dan, Kingston 
McLean Hy, " fs 

McLean Jno. Willetsh'me 
McLean John jr, Kingston 
McLean John sr, 
McLean Robt, 
McLeiland D, Pittsferry 
McLelland Jas jr. " 
McLeiland Jas sr. " 
McLiment D, Pittsferry 
McM aster Ed. 
McMasterJno. '• fs 

McM alien J E, Seeley's 
McMullenJ jr. 
McMullen M, 
McRorey John, Kingston 
McNabb Francis 
McNeice Jas, BarriefieM 
Madden Jas, Washburn /.v 
Madden Jno, Brewer's Ml 



Post Office 
Madden Pat'k, Washburn 
Maitland Geo, 
Maitlann Wm P, " 
Major W'm, Kingston 

Mangan Mich. Washburn 
Mangan Pat, 
Mangan Rich, 
Martin A jr, Kingston 

Martin A sr, 
Martin Chas, 
Martin Jas, Birmingham 
Martin Wm, Brewers' 
Maxwell T jr, Gananoque 
Maxwell Thos sr, 
Mead Jesse. Barrie'd t 
Medle> Arch, " fs 

Medley Jno. " 

Miller W'm, Brewers' t 
Milne Chas, 
Milne Jas, 

Milton Dan, Kingston 
Milton Ed, King' Mills 
Milton H C, Kingston 
Milton J A, Kingston 
Milton Jno, Barrie'd fs 
Milton R J, Kingston 

Milton Wm, King" Mills 
Moore Joseph, Brewers' 
Moran Benj sr, Kingston 
Mudie — , Kingston Mills 
Mullen Ber'd, Kingston 
Mullen Mich, Birming'm 
Muller G F, Barriefield 
Mulvaney Jas, Kingston 
Mundell Jos, Birming'm 
Murphy Conway, Brewers' 
Murphy Ed, 

Murphy Mich, Birming'm 
Murphy Rich, Brewers' 
Murphy Thos, Kingston 
Murphy Wm, Brewers' / 
Murphy Wm G, 
Murray Jno, 
Murray Wm. 
Nagle Pat. Ballentyne 
Neilon Pat. Birmingham 
Nelson Geo. Kingston 

Nelson Wm H. Earned / 
Nelson W H. Kingston fs 
Norris Wm T. Barrie'd / 
O'Ciorman M. 
O'Neil Patrick. Kingston 
Orr James. Washburn/ 
F'ark John. W'llletsholru 



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129 



Post Office 
Patterson Jas, Kingston 
Patterson J no. Kingston 
Patterson R S, Barriefield 
Patterson R, 

Patterson Robt, Kingston 
Payne A, Willetsholme 
Peck Geo, Birmingham 
Peters Freeman, Wash'n 
Peters Robt, " fs 

Peters Samuel, 
Potter A. Willetsh'm fs 
Potter David. Willetsholm 
Potter John, Willetsh'me 
Purcell Geo, Kingston 
Purcell Nicholas, 
Purcell Patrick, 
Quinn Jas, Kingston fs 
Quinn Owen, 
Quinn Terrance, 
Ray David, Willetshome 
Ray Thos. Kingston 

Ray William. 
Redfern Ed, Birmingham 
Redfern Jas, " 

Redmond J, Brewers' 

Reynolds Jno, Willetsh'm 
Roach Mark, Brewers' 
Rogers David, Kingston 
Rogers D D, 

Rogers [as, " fs 

Ronden Frank, Birming'm 
Rooney Henry, Kingston 
Root Albert, Pittsferry 
Root Gilbert, 
Root Thos, Brewer's Ml 
Rudd T G, Kingston 
Ruttan J C, Barriefield 
Ruttan Walter, " fs 
Rutter C, Pittsferry t 
Ryan John, Barriefield 
Ryder Ira, Birmingham 
Ryder John, " t 

Ryder Wm, " fs 

Saybrook Jas, Brewer's 
Saybrook Richard, 
Saybrook Wm, 
Schoales Jas, Willetsh'm 
Scott Jas, Kingston Mills 
Scott James, Seeleys' 

Scott Wm, Birmingham 
Seale Alex, Kingston 



Post Office 
Kingston 



Brewer's 
Washburn 



Kingston 

Washburn 

Brewer's 



Seale Chas, 

Seale John, 

Seale Wm. 

See David jr, 

See Robt. 

Shorten Jas, 

Shorten John. 

Shorten Patrick, 

Shorten Thos, 

Shorten Wm, 

Sibbett Ed, 

Smith Arch, 

Smith Caleb, 

Smith Wm, 

Smythe John, King' Mills 

Smythe Robt, 

Solley Jos, Kingston t 

Spafforn F K, Willetsh'm 

Sparks Sam jr, Birming' 

Sparks Sam sr, 

Spence Robt, Washburn 

Spence T W, South Lake 

Spence Walter, 

Stanton Nath, Barriefield 

Stark Thos, Gananoque 

Stark Wm, 

Stoliker I, South Lake 

Stratton Dav, Kingston /s 

Stratton Wm, 

Stuart Geo, " fs 

Stuart J, " ^ 

Stuart John, 

Stuart Wm, 

Terthewey R, 

Thomas Hy, Willetsh'me 

Thompson Arch, Brewers' 

Thompson Jno. Birming' 

Thompson W, Washburn 

Tierney Joha, Seeleys' 

Tighe Jas, Kmgston 

Tighe John, 

Tobin Jas, Birmingham 

Todd Sam, 

Todd Thos, 

Toner Geo, 

Toner Jas, 

Toner Wm, " 

Trotter Chas, Birming'm 

Trotter David, 

Trotter Jas, 

Trotter jno, Brewer's Ml 



Post Office 
Trotter R jr, Birmingham 
Trotter Robt sr, " 
Vanhorn Alex, Kingston 
Vanhorn Chas, 
Vanhorn Geo, 
Vanhorn Wm, 
Vanhorn Wm A, 
Vallancourt O, Barriefield 
Vanalstme C, Brewer's /j 
Vanalstine D, Kingston 
Vanalstine J, Birmingham 
Vanalstine M, Brewer's 
Vanalstine W, Brewers fs 
Vance Chris, Barrie'd t 
Wafer John, Kingston 
Wager W A, Ballentyne t 
Walker Geo, Kingston 
Walker Joseph, " t 

Waller J, 

Ward Geo, Ballentyne t 
Wartman Allen, Washb'n 
Webb Jas, Seeley's Bay 
Webb Jno, Brewer's 

Webb Mich, Seeley's Bay 
Weir Thos, Brewer's 

Whalen Luke jr, Washb'n 
Whalen Luke sr. 
Whitney Albert, Pittsferry' 
Whitney Fred, 
Whitney T, Kingston 
Whyte Alex, South Lake 
Willett Arthur, Birming'm 
Williams M, Kingston t 
Wilmot Edward, Kingston 
Wilmot Henry, 
Wilmot John, 
Wilmot John A, 
Wilmot John J, 
Wilmot P G, Pittsferry 
Wilson Jas, Willetsholm 
Wilson John, 
Wilson Rich, Barrie'd t 
Winbourne Robt, Pittsf'y 
Woods Geo, Birming'm/y 
Woods Jno, Brewers, 

Woods Sam, Birming'm/s 
Woods Walt jr, " is 
WobdsWaltsr, 
Woods Wm, " fs 

Young Wm, Kingston 



TOWNSHIP OF PORTLAND. 



This Township is for the most part well settled, and there are a great number 
of well cultivated farms. The Kingston & Pembroke Railroad runs- through 
this Township. Number of acres assessed, 52,284 ; population, 2,303, 

See also the following Villages m the Township: Bellrock, Harrowsmith, Hart- 
ington, Murvale. Petworth, Verona. 

IS" The letter t in italics signifies tenant, fs farmer's son ; all the rest are 
owners. 



Post Office 
Verona t 
Murvale 
Verona 
Verona 
Murvale 
Verona 
jr, '• t 
t 
Loughboro 



Abrams J E, 
Abrams Jos, 
Abrams J W, 
Abrams Wm, 
Aikin Geo, 
Alberton Thos 
Alberton Wm, 
Alberton Wm, 
Alton Geo, jr, 
Alton Geo, 

Alton Thos, Hartington 
Amey D L, Bellrock 

Ashley Geo, Harrowsmith 
Ashley Nelson, Verona 
Asselstine Cyrus. Murvale 
Asselstine Isaac, Petworth 
Asselstine Peter, Murvale^ 
Asselstine 8yl, Ballrock 
Asselstine W W, Petwor 
BabcockBenj, Hartington 
Babcock Damon. Wilton 
Babcock Dan, Wilton 

Babcock (3or. Verona 

Babcock Geo T, Harting 
liabcock Hy, Harrow 

Babcock J as, Verona 

Botting John, Hartington 
Babcock John M, " 
Babcock Sam, H arrow h 
Babcock W B, Harting 
Bailie Tas jr, Wilton fs 
liailie las sr. 
Baker Ira. Harrowsmith 



Post Office 
Baker Leander, Harrow '/s 



Verona fs 
fs 



Bellrock 
Verona t 



Ball Adnev 

Ball Chas' 

Ball Eli P, 

Ball George, 

Ball John, 

Bander George 

Bander Ira, 

Bander j D, 

Bander John N, 

Bander Nelson. 

Barston Geo, Harrow' t 

Bauder Hy, Verona 

Benjamin E W, Bellrock 

Blackhurst [as.Harrows'h 

Blackhurst J sr, Harting'n 

Blackhurst John. " fs 

Botting Peter 

Boyce David, Petworth 

Bowman Geo, Bellrock t 

Boyce H M, Verona 

Boyce James, Petworth < 

Boyce L W, Bellrock 

Boyce N R, Bellrock 

Bradford yas, Petworth 

Bradford Thos. 

Bradshaw Chas, 

Brady John A, 

Burley John H, 

Bur ley John R, 

Burley Syl. 

Burley VVesloy. Verona 

Burtch D. '• / 



Yarker 
Harrow" 



Post Office 
Buttimer Rich. Harrow' 
Byrne Allen, Bellrock 

Byrne Miles. " fs 

Campbell |as, 
Card J as, 

Carlton Jas. Hartington 
Carr Alex. Harrowsmith 
Carr John, 

Carr Wm. Petworth 

Carriff John, Bellrock 
Carrigg Michael, Bellrock 
Carscallen Ed, Harting n 
Carscallen E L, Petworth 
Carscallen I M, Harting' 
Carscallen Wm, Petworth 
Chalice Jas, Hartingdon 
Chalice Wm J, " fs 

Charlton Alex, Harrow'h 
Charlton James, Verona 
Charlton John, Harrow'h t 
Charlton Wm A, " / 
Clare Edward jr, Bellrock 
Clare Edward sr, 
Clare Martin. " fs 

Clare Michael, " fs 

Clark Alex, Longhboro 
Clark Chas. 

Clark J . Murvale 

Clark Jas. 

Clark John. Petworth fs 
Clark Lestor. Harrow h 
Clark Sidney, Petworth 
Clark Walter. 



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131 



Post Office. 
Cloakey M, Hartington 
Cloakey Wm, 
•Close John, Verona 

Olow Isaac, Hartington 
Clow John, Harrow'h 
Clow Matth's, Harting' fs 
Clow Thos, 
Clow Wm H. 
Coe Noah. Harrowsmith 
Cole Harvey, Murvale/s 
Cole Henry, " 

Cole Joseph, " fs 

Cole Wm, Verona t 

Cole W H, 

Collins Jas, Loughboro 
Conners John, Bellrock t 
Connolly Joseph, Bellrock 
Conway Jacob, Harting' t 
Conway Thos, Bellrock t 
Cook Jas, Harrowsmith 
Cowdy J G, 
Cowdy John. 
Cowdy Sam'l, 
Cox David S, " t 

Craig Wm G, Verona fs 
Craig Wm sr, 
Crawford Phil, Bellrock t 
Cronson Hy, Petworth t 
Crozier Thos, Harrow'h 
Cuepah John, Bellrock t 
Cunningham Hy, Verona 
Cunningham M, " fs 
Curl James. 
Curl John, 

Curran D P, Yarker 

Curran John, 
Darling Chas, Petworth h 
Davey Benj, Bellrock t 
Davy Benj, Verona t 

Davy Chester, Harrow'h 
Davy Jas, Wilton 

Davy Michael, Murvale 
Davy S, Kingston t 

Davy S W, , Murvale t 
Day C W, Harrowsmith 
Day G E, 

Day John A., Loughboro 
Day Peter W, Kingston 
Deline Hiram, Petworth t 
Deline Jno, Verona 

Delyne Lester. Petworth t 
Dennison David, Harting' 
Dennison Geo, Harting'n 
Dennison Thos, 



Post Office 
Dowker John, Hartington 
Dixon Jabiz, Verona 

Donnelly John, Horrow'h 
Donnelly Patrick " 
Dool Wm E, Hartingdon 
Dowker James, 
Dowker Wm S, 
Downey Joseph, Lough'o 
Doyle Michael, Bellrock 
Duggan John, Harrow'h 
Dunn Lawr, Harting' /s 
Dunn Mich, 

Ellerbeck Hy, Harrow' fs 
Ellerbeck Rich, 
Emberly Hiram, 
Embury Jas, Bellrock 
Embury ME, " f^ 

Ferguson Alex, Harrow' t 
Ferguson Cor, " t 

Ferguson Thos, " t 
Forrester Jas. Bellrock 
Foster Ed, " t 

Foster Jas, 

Freeman F C, Verona 
Freeman jno, Hartington 
Freeman Peter, Lough'o 
Freeman Philip, Yarker 
Freeman Sam'l, Harting'n 
Genge Thos J, Bellrock 
Geraldi Jno Y, Verona t 
Geraldi Louis, " t 

Good berry L. 

Gosling Jno jr.Hartington 
Gosling John sr, Lough' h 
Gowdy John, Verona t 
Graham And, " 

Graham John, 
Grant Jas, Harrowsmith 
Grant John, " t 

Grant Thos, Verona t 
Grant VYm B, 
Grant A, 
Grant Anson, 
Grant Alfred, Bellrock t 
Grant Geo, 

Griffith J A, Verona 

! Griffith Robt, Harrow'h 
' Grundell Ed, Verona 

I Guess Joel, Loughboro 
I Guess Well, Hartington 
! Gunn Alex, Kingston 

I Hagerman Jno, Harrow ' 
j Hailey Morris. Yarker t 
1 Hamilton Abe, Verona 



Post Office 
Hamilton Alex, Murvale 
Hamilton Jas, " fs 

Hamilton John, 
Hamilton Robt, Harrow' 
Hamilton Wm, Bellrock 
Hanigan B, Loughboro fs 
Hanigan James. 
Hart John, Harrowsmith 
Hawkesbury Geo, Verona 
Herchmer Jas, Harrow'h 
Herchmer John, 
Hicks C T, " ts 

Hicks Henry, Verona t 
Hicks Norman, Harting' h 
Hicks S S, Harrow'h h 
Hicks Thos D, 
Hicks Wm C, Verona t 
Hill John, Petworth t 

Hobbs Wm, Loughboro t 
Holt Hy, Verona t 

Hooper Douglas, Bellrock 
Hornbeck Benj, Murvale 
Horn beck Geo, " fs 

Hernbeck G W, 
Houston Sam, 
Huffman C W, Petworth 
Huffman H G, " o 

Huffman Levi. " fs 

Huffman Meloe, Verona 
Huffman Philip, Petworh 
Huffman P W,Petworth/s 
Huffman Wilford, " fs 
Hughes Anson, Harrow'h 
Hughes Edgar, " fs 
Hughes Jas A, 
Hughes Jno jr, " fs 
Hughes Jno sr. 
Hunter John, Verona 
Hunter Wm J 
Husband Ezra, Harrow'h 
Husband John 
Husband Robt, 
Hutchens Hy, Murvale t 
Irish E, Verona 

Irish Jediah jr, Hartingt'n 
Irish Jediah sr, Loughboro 
Irish John A, Hartington 
Irish John E, Verona 

Irish Joseph, Bellrock 
Jackson Ed, Harrow'h t 
Jackson H, Hartington h 
Jackson Moses, Harrow' / 
Jackson Sperry, 
Jamieson Jas, 



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Post Office. 
Verona 
Hartington 
Lough bo ro 



Jeffrey Ed. 

Jeffrey Geo. 

Joyner Chas. 

Joyner D L. 

Joyner E. Kingston 

Joyner S, Loughboro 

Joyner S. Kingston fs 

Kates Jeremiah, Verona 

Kelly Arthur, Yarker 

Kelly J as. Bellrock 

Kelly John. 

Kelly Philip, Yarker 

Kenney J as, Bellrock 

KenneyMich, 

Kingston Sam, Hartingt'n 

Kingston Thos, Harrow'h 

Kirkwood Wm, Verona 

Kish W. Harrowsmith t 

Kitson George, Verona 

Knapp M W, Harrow'h 

Knight Alfred. Petworth t 

Knowlton F R, Verona 

Lake Buckley. Murvale 

Lake Damon. " t 

Lake William, 

Lakins E, Petworth 

Lakins John. 

Lale Coleman. Yarker / 

Lampkins Geo, Petworth 

Laveque Thos. Bellrock t 

Lawrence Wm J, Murvale 



Harrow 
Harting' 



Petworth 



Lee George, 
Lee Israel, 
Lee Jesse. 
Leonard Chas. 
Leonard Edg. 
I^onard Jos. 
Leonard Thos, 
Li Hie George. 
Lillie Richard 
Lillie William 
Lochead M. 

Long William. Mnrvale t 
i^oveless Jacob, Verona 
Lucas D W Petworth 
Lucas John, " 

Lud brook A A, Verona 
McColI Patk, Harrow'h 
McConnell A, Yarker fs 
McConnell Edgar, " fs 
McConnell Ed sr, 
McConnell Jas, 
McConnell John, 
McConnell John 



fs 



Post Office 
McCuen Mich, Bellrock t 
McCuUough John, " 
McCullough Rt, Harrow' t 
McDonald Duncan. '• 
McDonald Wm. Yarker 
McKenzie J T D, Verona 
McKim H H, Murvale 
McKim Oscar, 
McKim W, 

McLean J W, Harrow' h 
McLean Wm, 
McMahon Alex, Verona 
McMahon John, Parham 
McMullen Hy, Verona 
Madden Rich. 
Manson Alex, Petworth 
Manson Geo, 
Martin Amos, 
Martin Anson. Verona 
Martin Geo. Loughboro 
Martin John E, Verona 
Martin John O. Bellrock 
Martm Silas. Verona 

Matthews Geo, Harrow'h 
Meeks Jas, Bellrock fs 
Meeks Lycurgus, 
Meeks Mortimer, 
Mehen John. 
Mehen Owen, 
Metcalfe J no D, Harting' 
Miller Robt. Murvale 

Moir Geo, Bellrock 

Mooey Sidney, Kingston 
Moore C A. Hartington fs 
Moore John S. 
Moore John S. " fs 

Moran Wm. 

Morrison Wm, " t 

Mucklewee Geo. Harrow' 
Mullen Wm. Verona t 
Murton D J. Murvale fs 
Murton George 
Murton James 
Myer P. Harrowsmith 
Myers Alex. Harrow'h t 
Neugen Aaron, Petworth t 
Nolan Jas, Bellrock 

O'Donnell John, Longhb' 
O'Neil Chas, Verona 

O'Neil John, Murvale / 
O'Reilly John, L<^>ughboro 
O'Reilly Luke. 
O Reilly Thos, 
Orr Joseph, Harrow'h 



Post Office 
Parrott Ab, Harrow'h t 
Patterson J W, Harting'n 
Patterson Robt. Harrow 
Patterson S. 

Patterson Wm. Harting'n 
Pennell Henry, Murvale t 
Perey John. Verona 

Percy Joseph. " t 

Perey William. Bellrock 
Pero Henry, Verona 

Perrault Adol's, Bellrock 
Perrault Francis 
Perrault George. " fs 
Peters George, Murvale t 
Peters Hugh, 
Peters Jacob. Loughboro/ 
Peters Wm, Murvale t 
Phillips Jas. Harrow'h 
Pixley Hy. 

Pomeroy Wm, Bellrock 
Pomeroy Wm F, 
Porter Jas, 

Purdy C W. Harrow'h 
Purdy Geo. Loughboro 
Purdy Gilbert, Murvale 
Purdy J F. " fs 

Quamadore W H, Verona 
Quinn William, Verona 
Randell Geo F, Harrow'h 
Redden Nelson. Murvale 
Redden Reuben 
Redmond Jno. Hartington 
Redmond Wm, 
Revel 1 Ed jr. " k 

Revell. Ed sr, 
Revell Mat jr. " h 

Revell Mat sr, 
Revell Thomas '■ t 

Reynolds E, Verona t 
Reynolds Ed. " t 

Reynolds Silas, 
Reynolds Wm. / 

Riley Francis. 
Rush Mich. Petworth 

Ruttan Lorenzo. Bellrock 
Ruttan Wm. Verona t 
Ryan Martin. Murvale 
Sagnffjas. Bellrock 

SagrifTThos. •' 1 

Salisbury Wm. Vferona t 
Scales Benj jr. / 

Scales Benj sr. 
Scales Chas W. / 

Scales George. 



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133 



Post Office 
Scales Thos. Verona 

Seize Alfred, Murvale 

Shane James, Bellrock 
Shane Thos, 

Shaugraw Jas, Harrow'h 
Shaugraw VVm, 
Shibley B, Murvale 

Shibley Chas, 
Shibley H T. Verona 
Shibley Jacob, Harrow'h A 
Shibley James, " h 

Shibley John. Murvale 
Shibley Sperry. 
Shibley Schuyler, Harrow' 
Shultz John, Murvale t 
Sigsworth E, Hartington 
Sigsworth fno, Harrow's 
Sigsworth T B, Harting'n 
Sigsworth T E, 
Silver John L, Murvale 
Silver Niles, " fs 

Simmons Benj. Verona t 
Simmons M, 

Simmons Will, Bellrock 
Simpkins Hy, Harrow'h 
Simpkins M, 
Simpkins M W, 
Slack Robt. Loughboro 
Sly Henry, Verona 

Smith Aaron, " t 

Smith And, Murvale t 
Smith Geo, 
Smith Hugh, 
Smith Joseph, Hartington 
Smith Michael, Murvale 
Smythe E H. Kingston 
Snider Abe, Verona 

Snider Alexander, 
Snider Caleb, " 

Snider Daniel, 
Snider Douglas, " 

Snider Elenson, " 

Snider Everet, 
Snider Harvey, " fs 

Snider J B, 
Snider MA, 

Snider Miles, " fs 

Snider Nelson, Harrow'h 
Snider Robert, Verona fs 



Post Office 
Snider Wesley, Verona 
Spike Aaron, Harrow'h 
Spike Wm B. 
Spooner Laz, Harting'n t 
Stafford Wm, Murvale 
Stafford Zye, 

Stephens Jef. Hartington 
Stephenson Jno, Napanee 
Sterrittjno, Harrow'h 
Stewart Chas, 
Stewart Sam. 
Stewart S F, Harrow'h 
Storey Peter, Verona 

Storms Levi, " 

Storms Orange, Wilton 
Storms Secord, Veronal 
Storms Thos, " 

Storring M, Harrow'h t 
Summer Jer, Bellrock 
Summers VVilmot, " t 
Switzer Cephas, 
Switzer John W, " fs 
Tallen Ed, 
Tallen Peter, 
Timmons Denis, " fs 
Timmons John, " fs 
Timmons Peter, " 
Toggart Well, Murvale t 
Toggart Wm, " 

Townsend Alf. Harrow' t 
Townsend T B jr, '• t 
Townsend T B sr, " 
Tricky John, " t 

Trousdale M, Loughboro 
Trousdale Thos, Harrow' 
Trousdale Wm. Verona 
Truscott Chas, Harrow' fs 
Truscott John jr, " 
Truscott John sr, 
Tryan Tobias, Verona 
Vanluven G W, Harrow'h 
Walker Charles, Verona 
Walker, David " 

Walker Francis, 
Walker George, 
Walker Hiram, Yarker 
Walker Jas, Loughboro 
Walker John, Yarker 
Walker Miles. 



Post Office 
Walker Samuel, Verona t 
Walker William, Bellrock 
Wallace And, Harrow'h 
Wallace David, 
Wallace James, Petworth 
Wallace John, Harrow'h 
Wallace T G, " t 

Wallace Wm, 
Walroth Jacob, Verona 
Walsworth G sr, Harrow' 
Walsworth G jr, " fs 
Walsworth Henry " t 
Walsworth J C. 
Ward Arthur, 
Ward Nich, Loughboro 
j Warney Sidney, Wilton 
Wartman Chas, Harrow' // 
Wartman Jacob, Loughb' 
Wartman John, Harrow'h 
Wartman R, Verona 

Watson Abra, Harrow'h 
Watson J E, 
Watson T H H, 
Watson Thos A. " 
Wattam John, " fs 

Wattam Robt, " fs 

Wattam Wm, 
Weldon S B, Verona 

Wells Joseph, " f 

Wheeler I B, Bellrock 
Whitty Ed, Harrow'h 
Whitty Hy, Loughboro /> 
Whitty Nich, 
Wilkins Joseph, Verona 
Williams Cor, Loughboro 
Williams J E, " fs 

Williams Peter, Verona 
Williamson Jno, Harrow' 
Wilson Peter, Bellrock 
Wilson Thos, Verona 

Wood Dan, Loughboro 
Wood Hy, 

Woodruff Dan, Verona t 
Woolsey Thos, Murvale t 
Yeomans D, Petworth 
Yeoman s Jas, " 

Yeomans P, 



TOV;rNSHIP OF STORRINGTON 



This Township is divided off from portions of Pittsburg, Kingston and Lough- 
boro. 

Number of acres assessed, 54.179 ; population 2,111. 

See also the following Villages in the Township : Battersea, Inverary, Lake 
Opinicon, Latimer. 

The letter t in italics signifies tenant ; all the rest are owners. 



t 

t 
Inverarv 



Sun bury 
Latimer t 



Abernethy H, 

Abernethy R, 

Abbott Jno. 

Abbott Thos. 

Adams Jas. 

Ahern John, 

Anderson G sr, Washburn 

Anderson G jr, 

Arthur John, 

Arthur Samuel 

Austin Robert, 

Baker William, 

Balls Thomas sr, Sunbur) 

Balls Thomas jr. 

Balls William, t 

Barclay J, Inverary 

Barnes R. Elginburg 

Barr Adam. Inverary 

Bennett James, Battersea 

Boal Robert, ' / 

Bond Allan, Inverary t 

Bond William, Opinicon t 

Bower William. Battersea 

Bradden James. 

Brady Charles, Latimer 

Brady Kdw, Seeley s Bay 

Brady James, Latimer 

Brewer Wall, Battersea 

Bntton B, 

Brown Jab, 

Buck Fred. 

Cameron P, 

Cairns Samuel 

Calvin & Son, 



Post Office. Post Office. 

Battersea [ Campbell Cal, Inverary 
1 Campbell F M, Latimer 
Campbell Hugh, Battersea 
Campbell Henr\-, 
Campbell Jas, 
Campbell |n, 
Campbell Thos, 
I Card Sid. 
Battersea 1 Caverly Wm, 
Chapman J, 
Chown Arth. 
Chrisley Pk. 
Christopher W, 
Clark Edwin, 
Clark Geo, 
Clark Jas, 
Clark Jno, 
Clark Thos. 
Clark Wm. 
Claxton Jno, 
Clough F, 
Cochrane J, 
Cochrane J jr, 
Connell R, 
Con very Dv, 
Con very Hugh, 
Convery Wm, 
Conville Thos, 
Cooper Edw, 
Cooper Wm, Seeley s Bay 
Craig Robt, Sunbury 

Cranston Wa, Elginburg 
Cuddy R, Sunbury 

Curran Jas, I.,atimer 



Kingston 
Battersea 



Sunbuiy 

Battersea 

Latimer 

Kingston 

Inverary 

Latimer 

Battersea 



Sunbury 
Battersea 

Latimer 

Perth 

Sunbury 



Battersea 



Sunbury 



Opinicon 
Kingston 



Post Office. 
Curson Wm, Battersea 
Daby Just. Latimer 

Davidson B, Opinion 

Dean I'tk, Brewer's Mills 
Dennie F, Inverary 

Dewolfe Squ, Battersea 
Dixon Alex, 
Dixon Geo, 
Dixon Robt, 
Dixon Thos, 
Dixon Wm. 
Dochrill Jno. 
Dolan Alvin. 
Dolan J E, Inverary 

Donald Jno. Perth 

Dougherty Jas, Elginbnrg 
Dougherty P. Brewers M 
Dowlin Dan, Sunbury 
Dowlin Jas. 
Dowlin Wm. " 

Duff Chas. Battersea 

Duff Wm, Inverarv- 

Edwards B, Sunbury 

Edwards Geo, Inverary 
Edwards Jno. " 

Edwards Thos, Elgintiurg 
Elder And, Washburn / 



Elder Geo, 
Elder Jas, 
Elder Wm. 
Elliot jno. 
Empey J. 
Ennis Silas, 



t 

t 

t 

Kingston 

Latimer / 

Perth 



Ennis Th.imas, I^attorsea/ 



TOWNSHIP OF STORRINGTON. 



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Post Office 
Eptygrove Alb, Battersea 
Farrel Chas, Seeleys B t 
Ferguson Alex, Battersea 
Ferguson Jas. Inverary 
Ferguson Thos, 
Ferguson Wm, 
Ferris Enoch, 
Fisher Jas, Washburn 
Fisher Thos, 
Fisher Wm. 

Forrester Chas, Seeleys B 
Foster Sim, Washburn 
Fowler M, Mt Chesney 
Freeman Thos, Battersea 
George Jas, Sun bury 

Gibson J no, Inverary 

Gibson Thos, Sunbury 
Gibson Wm, 

Gilmore T, Battersea 

Oorman Jas, Seeley's Bay 
<jorman Mth, 
Gordon Jas, Sunbury 

Gordon Jos, 
Gordon Wm, 
Greenie Robt. 
Gray Jas, Perth 

Guild And, Washburn 
Gummer Jas. Inverary 
Guthrie Walter, Perth 
•Guthrie Wm. 
Hagerty Sam, Battersea 
Halliday J, Opinicon 

Hanley Chris, Battersea 
Hanley Geo, 
Hanley John, 
Hanley Wm, Sunbury 
Harpell Wm, Inverary 
Harris Chris, Battersea 
Hart Arthur. Inverary 
Hartly Thos, Battersea 
Hawkey Rob, Sunbury 
Hawkins J, Jones' Falls 
Healey Jos. Elginburg 
Henderson Jno, Inverary 
Henry D, Seeley's bay 
Hepburn H, Battersea 
Hingey E, Perth 

Hitchcock Jno, Washburn 
Hodgson Edwin, Sunbury 
Hodgson J M, 
Holder Isaac, Battersea 
Holder Wm, Battersea 
Holland Jno, Inverary 
Holmes Geo, Battersea 



Post Office 
Holmes Jno, Inverary 
Hogan Thos, Battersea 
Hoppins A, Kingston 

Hoppins Har, Battersea 
Horning Arn, Elginburg 
Hornmg Geo, 
Horning Rich. 
Hughes Henry, Battersea 
Hughes Jas, 
Hughes Jno, 
Hughes Thos, 
Hughson Geo, Inverary 
Hughson J H, 
Hurley Jno, Kingston 

Hurley Jos, Battersea 

Hutchinson W, 
Jackson Aad, Sunbury 
Jackson And jr, Battersea 
Jackson Hir, 

Jackson Jno, Sunbury 
Jackson Ph 

Jamieson R. Battersea 
Jerrells Hy, Seeleys bay t 
Jerrells Jas, 

Jardine And. Battersea 
Jardine F, 
Jardine Jno, 
Johnston W, 
Jones John, 
Joynes Dan, 
Keeler Daniel, 
Keeler John. 
Keeler Wes. 
Keeler William, 
Keeler William, 
Kells Robert, 
Kelly Henr}-, 
Kelly John, 
Kennedy John. 
Kennedy Michael 
Knapp Andrew, 
Knapp Charles' 
Knapp Henry, 
Knapp Josh, Elginburg 
Knapp J sr, Battersea 
Knapp J jr, 

Knight Robert, Inverary 
Knight W. 

Lake Chris, Battersea 
Lake Isa, 

Lake Isa, Inverary 

Lake James, 

Lake John, Battersea 

Lake Robert, " 



Inverary 

t 

Latimer t 

Battersea 



Sunbury 



Post Office 
Lake Richard, Inverary 
Lake William, 
Longwith Chas, Sunbury 
Lindsay Sam 1, Opinicon 
Linton Dv, Washburn t 
Liston Pat'k, Latimer f. 
Loucks George, Battersea 
Lucy Anthony 
Lynn James, 

Lyon Charles, Latimer 
Lyon Henry, 
Lyon Hor, 
Lyon Syl, 
Lyon Sym. 
Lyon William, 
McCallum And, Sunbury 
McCallum D. 
McCallum Jas, Kingston 
McCallum T, Sunbury 
McCarey Ber, Washburn t 
McConnell H, Battersea 
McConnell Wm, Sunbury 
McCormick M, Seeley's t 
McCormick T. Battersea 
McClymont Thos, " t 
McDonald Jno. " t 
McFarlane Jno, 
McGarvey J, Mt Chesney 
McGarvey Jno, 
McGarvey Thos, 
McGrath Jno, Sunbury 
Mcllroy Jas, Battersea 
Mcllroy Jno. Seeley's bay 
McKendry Dv, Washburn 
McKenna. Ptk, Seeley s 
McMullinJno, 
McNamara Har, Invry Y 
McW^aters Sam, Sunbury 
Mallonjas, Battersea 

Mallon M, Seeley's Bay 
Mallon Ptk, Battersea 
Martin J, Elginburg t 

Martin Wm, Latimer f 
Mathers Jno, Inverary 
Maynard Geo, Battersea 
Marcue Fred, 
Merriman Chs, 
Miller Jno, 



Latimer 

Battersea 

Inverary t 

Battersea 



Millis Geo, 

Moore Chs, 

Moore Dan, 

Moore Dan, Inverary 

Moore Wm, 

Moorland James, Sunbury 



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TOWNSHIP OF STORRINGTON. 



Post Office. 
Moorland Th, Sunbury 
Morow Alex, Battersea 
Morow Geo, Inverary 

Morow Wm, Sunbury 
Morrison R A, Inverary 
Morrison Wm, 
Muir Wm. Sunbury 

Mullin Ber, Latimer 

Murphy Dan, Brewer's M 
Murphy J no. 

Murphy J no, Latimer 

Murphy Mich, Battersea/ 
Murphy Ths, Brewers M 
Neil Geo. Sunbury 

Nichol Jos, Battersea 

Nicholson Jn, Inverary t 
Ormsby Wm, Battersea 
Orr J as, Washburn 

Orr R T, Sunbury 

Patterson G, Mt Chesney 
Patterson J. Latimer 

Patterson Jno, Sunbury 
Patterson Thos, Sunbury 
Patterson Wm, 
Patterson Wm, Latimer 
Payne Robt, Battersea t 
Perry George, Inverary 
Perry Sheldon, 
Pixley Lyman, Battersea 
Potter Henry. Inverary 
Purdy Marshal, Latimer 
Purdy Robert, 
Purvis Wm. Sunbury 

Quail John. Inverary 

Quail William, 
Quinn Patk, Kingston 
Reynolds Wm, Opinicon t 
Reynolds Wm, Inverary 
Richards Wm. " 

Ritchie Adam, Battersea 
Ritchie Alex. Inverary 
Ritchie Robt, Battersea 
Ritchie Wm, 

Robb James. Kingston 
Robinson Thos, Sunbury 
Rowan George. Battersea 
Rousehorn, J, Elginburg 
Rutledge James, Perth 
Ryder Hknry, Washburn 



Post Office 
Rykerk Wm, Sunbury 
Sands Geo. Seeley's Bay 
Sands Thos, Battersea 
Sands William, " t 

Scott Henry, '• t 

Scott Hugh, Inverary 

Scott James, Kingston 
Scullion Henry, Br Mills 
Sears John, Inverary t 
Sears J, Elginburg 

Sears William, Battersea 
Shannon John, Sunbur>' t 
Shannon Robt, 
Shannon Thos, 
Shannon Wm. 
Shannon Wm, Jones' Ml 
Sharp Alex, Sunbury 

Sheppard Edw, Latimer t 
Sheppard Jno, " t 

Sheppard Jno sr, Inverary 
Sheppard Jno jr, 
Sherbano James, Kingston 
Shibley H T, 
Shibley Sch, 

Sills Levi, Kingston 

Simpkins Vin, Perth t 
Simpson Jno, Battersea 
Simpson Rt, 

Sleeth Dv, Seeley's Bay 
Sleeth Geo. Battersea 

Sleeth Jno, " 

Sleeth Sm, 

Sleeth W W, Elginburg 
Sleeth Wm, 

Slean Sam, Sunbury 

Smith Adam, 
Smith Chs, 
Smith Hugh, 
Smith fas sr, " 

Smith Jas, 

Smith Lewis. " 

Smith Wm Elginburg 
Snook Mart, Inverary 
Spooner Frs, Latimer 
Spooner Hiram, " 
Spooner Hiram, Sunbury t 
Spooner Jno, Elginburg 
Spooner Ths, Sunbury 
Steuburg Anson. Battersea 



Post Office 
Stewart S, Jones's Falls 
Sutherland A, Br Mills 
Sutherland W. 
Tait Jos, Inverary 

Teachout Jas, Battersea 
Teeple Elias, 
Teeple Jas, 

Teeple Jno, Opinicon 

Teeple Nath. Inverary 
Thomas, Chas, Battersea 
Thompson Jas, Perth 

Thorn Jno, Elginburg 
Tierney Jno, Seeley's bay 
Toland D H, Sunbury 
Toland Jno, 

Toland Jos, Washburn 
Tolls Edg, Inverar>' 

Tolls Levi. 

Toner Jas, Washburn t 
Tuttle Jno, Delta 

Vanalstine A, Battersea 
Vanluven Chs, Delta 

Vanluven Sid, 
VanvolkinburgW, " 
Wakeford G S, Sunbur}' 
Waldron Gor, 
Waldron Jno, 
Walker D J, Inverary 

Walker D J jr. 
Walker Mar, Battersea 
Wart Miles, 

Wartman B, Latimer 

Webb Ptk, Sunbury 

Webb Rich, 
Webb Wm, 
Weir H, 

White Hy, Battersea 

Whalen Wm, Seeley's bay 
Williams Cor, Sunbury 
Williams Sam, Battersea 
Wood Miles D, Latimer 
WoolfJohnV, 
Yateman Geo, Battersea 
Yateman Jas, 
Yatemm Rich, 
Yateman Wm, 
Young Jas, Sunbury 

Young Tobi, Battersea 
Young Wm, 



TO^ATNSHIP OF V;i^OLFE ISLAND. 



This Township consists of an island about 27 miles long opposite Kingston and 
the adjacent islands. Population about 

See also Wolfe Island village. 



The letter t in italics signifies tenant, fs farmer's son ; all the rest are 
owners. 

The Post Office is Wolfe Island unless otherwise stated. 



Post Office 
A-bbott Edward, 
Abbott James sr, t 

Abbott John, t 

Abbott Samuel, 
Abbott Thos, 
Anderson Walter 
Andrews Thomas, t 

Baker Daniel 
Baker James, 
Baker John, 

Baker Michael, fs 

Baker Thos, fs 

Bamford Wells W, t 

Barry Charles A, 
Bennett T S, 

Berow Peter, t 

Berry Archibald, t 

Berry James, 

Berry Richard, t 

Berry Robert, t 

Bolton Richard, 
Bolton William, 
Bowman Patrick t 

Boyd John, t 

Boyd Robert, 
Breakey John D, 
Breakey John R, 
Bredon Wm, Kingston 
Briggs George, 
Briggs Theodore, fs 

Brill Wesley. .t 

Briceland Edward jr, 
Briceland Edward sr, 



Post Office 
Briceland James, fs 

Briceland John, 
Briceland Thomas jr, 
Burnham Ira, 
Burn sides Well, t 

Busch George, 
Busch Thomas, t 

Bustard Adam, 
Bustard Arthur, 
Briceland Thomas sr, 
Briceland William, fs 

Buckley John, t 

Buggee Edward. fs 

Buggee Michael, fs 

Buggee Patrick, t 

Bulger James, t 

Bullis John R, 
Bullis John sr, 
Bullis Robert, 
Bullis William, 
Cadotte Leo, t 

Cadotte Thomas, t 

Card William, 
Charles John, 
Charles Samuel, 
Connelly James, 
Connelly Thomas sr, 
Connelly Thomas jr, 
Connelly Patrick, 
Cook Daniel, 
Coyle James sr, 
Coyle James jr, 
Crammond David, 



fs 



Post Office 
! Crane Jno, Smith's F'ls t 
; Crawford Samuel, 
j Cuff Edward, 
t Cuff James, 
Cummings Charles, 
Cummings Spencer, 
Daws Arthur H, 
Dawson Isadore, 
Dawson John^ 
Dawson Patrick, 
Dawson Thomas, 
Dawson Victor G, 
Dean Nelson, 
Dee Daniel, 
Dee John, 
Dee Thomas, 
Derush William, 
Devlynn Patrick, 
Docktwer Alexander, 
Donnelly David, 
Donnelly James, 
Doolan John, 
Dow Xavier, 
Doyle Michael, 
Duire Patrick, 
Durant Robert, 
Eccles George, 
Eccles John, 
Eves John, 
Fayoe John, 
Fawcett Alexander, 
Fawcett William, 
Ferguson George, 



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TOWNSHIP OF WOLFE ISLAND. 



Post Office 
Flynn John, 
Flynn Mathew, 
Flynn Michael, 
Flynn Thomas, 
Forbes Charles, 
Forbes Samuel, 
Friend George, 
Friend John, 

Furlong Michael, t 

Furner George, 
Gange Richard, 
Garner James, 
Gamer Samuel, 
George John, 
Gibson David, t 

Gillespie George, t 

Gillespie William, 
Going Shirly, t 

Grant Alexander, 
Grant Archibald, 
Grant Donald, 
Grant John, 
Grant Peter. 
Green Fenton. 
Greenwood Charles, 
Greenwood Francis, 
Greenwood George, 
Greenwood Joseph, 
Grey John sr, 
Griffin Michael, 
Griffin Patrick, 
Grimshaw James, 
Grimshaw Miles, 
Grimshaw William, 
Hackett Archibald, t 

Halliday Charles, 
Halliday John, 
Hanlon Benjamin, 
Hanlan Michael, 
Harris Luther, 
Hatfield Thos A, 
Healey David, 
Healey Eugene, 
Helmer Gordon, t 

Henderson William sr. 
Henderson William jr, 
Hennessy Patrick, 
Hennessy William, 
Hinckley Dexter, t 

Hinckley Henry. 
Hogan fames. 
Hogan John, 
Hogan Peter. 
Hogan Thomas, 



Post Office 
Horn Henderson, 
Horn James, 
Horn John, 
Horn Randolph 
Horn Robert, 
Horn Thomas, 
Horn William W. 
Hutchison George, 
Irvine Richard, t 

Irwin Chamber, Kingston 
Johnston John, t 

Johnston fames, 
Johnston Michael, 
Jones Joseph, 
Joslyn Almond, 
Joslyn Ebener, t 

Joy Spafford. 
Kane Edward, t 

Kane John sr, 
Kane John jr, / 

Kane William, 
Keegan Michael, 
Keeley David, 
Keill Julian 
Keill Louis, 
Keill Peter, 

Kelly Patrick, t 

Kelly Pierce, t 

Kemp Amos, 
Kemp fames, 
Kemp John, 
Keyes George, 
Keyes fohn, 
Keyes Thomas sr, 
Keyes Thomas jr, 
Keyes William, 
Kinsloe John 
Kinsloe William, 
Kirpatrick George. 
Kirpatrick William, t 

Kayle James, 
Kayle Joseph, 
Laird James, 
Lalonde Francis, 
Larkins Henry, 
Laughlin Arthur, 
Laughlin John, 
Led ford fohn, 
Lefleur. t'cter, 
Leflfiir Peter sr, t 

Leush Anthony, / 

Lyons fames sr, 
Lyons James jr, 
Lyons Patrick, 



Post Office 
Lyons Peter, 
Lyons Thomas, 
McAllister George 
McAllister James, 
McCarthy Edward 
McCarthy James, t 

McCarthy John. 
McCullough Alexander, 
McDonald Alexander, 
McDonald Angus, 
McDonald Donald. 
McDonald Donald, 
McDonald Duncan L, 
McDonald James R, 
McDonald James B, t 
McDonald Patrick, 
McDonald William. t 

McEvoy Patrick, 
McFadden Reuben, 
McFadden William 
McGlynn Edward, 
McGlynn James, 
McGlynn John, 
McGlynn Patrick, 
McGrath Peter, 
McGrath William, 
McGregor Alexander, 
McGregor Donald, 
McGregor John, 
McGregor Peter, 
McKenna Bernard, 
McKenna James, t 

McLaren Hugh, 
McRae Alexander, 
McRae James, 
McRae John, 
McRae Weir. 
Mackey John, t 

Macready Thomas, 
Manning John. 
Marlow William. 
Marsh George, 
Martin George, t 

Matheson John, 
Michie Joseph. 
Mitchell Franklin, 
Montgomery fohn, 
Moran James, 
Moran John. 
Moran Patrick. 
Mosier John. 
Mosier Nicholas. 
Mosier Remain, t 

Mucane Henry, 



TOWNSHIP OF WOLFE 


ISLAND. I 


39 


Post Office. 


Post Office 


Post Office 


Mulhall William. 


t 


Pyke George, 


t 


Tarrant John, 




MuUin William. 


t 


Pyke Thomas, 


t 


Tarrant Robert, 




Murphy Jeremiah, 


t 


Quigley John, 




Todd George, 


t 


Murphy Patrick, 




Quigley Patrick, 




Todd John. 


t 


Murphy Terrance, 




Quirck Patrick, 




Troy John, 




Murphy Thomas, 


t 


Quirck Thomas, 


t 


Troy Michael, 




Murphy William, 




Radford I H, 




Turcotte L, 


t 


Newell William, 




Ranons George, 


t 


Vanness Philip, 




Niles John, 




Rattray William, 




Vanerder Mathew, 




Nisbitt John, 


t 


Rawley William, 




Walsh Patrick, 




O'Brien Bernard, 




Rees & Dennis, 




Watkins, Charles, 


t 


O'Brien John. 




Roberts James, 




Watts Constamer, 




O'Brien Martin, 


t 


Ross Henry, 


t 


Watts Job, 




O'Brien Michael, 




Sammons Uriah, 




Watts Samnel, 




O'Brien Thomas, 




Sims F H, Deseronto 


White Edward, 




O'Connell Michael, 




Smith Edward, 




White John. 




O'Connell Thomas. 




Smith John, 




White Michael, 




O'Reilly Edward, 




Snow John, 


t 


Whitemarsh Yered, 




O'Reillv John, 




Spoor Morly, 




Wills George, 




O'ReiU'y Patrick, 




Staley Archibald, 




Wills Morris, 




O'Reilly Thomas, 




Staley Charles, 




Wills William 




Orr Nathaniel, 


t 


Stalev Daniel, 




Winborne William, 




Payne Robert, 




Staley William, 




Woodman George, 




Phair James, 




Stevenson Andrew, 




Woodman Samuel, 




Percival Henry, 




Stevenson William, 




Woodman William. 




Potvine Michael. 




Sullivan Francis, 




Woodman William H, 




Freddie Oliver, 


t 


Sullivan James, 




Yott Lewis, 




Purdy Samuel, 


t 


Taggart Daniel, 




Yott Oliver, 




Pyke Cornelius, 




Taggart Hugh, 








Pyke David. 




Taggart William, 












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VILLAGES AND POST OFFICES 



IN THE 



COUNTY OF FRONTENAC, 



fS" See also tlie Xo-wnsliips in ^wlticli tlie seTeral 
places are located. 



jS^rd.eii. — A Village in the Township of Kennebec; distant from 
Oso, a station of the Kingston and Pembroke Railway, 16 miles. 
Population about 100. 



Clark rev J T, Methodist 
Edwards rev Eobert, Methodist 
Fletcher Wm, shoemaker 
Hayes Wm R, merchant 
Helm John, M D 
Lyman John W, shoemaker 
Mills Wm B, P M, merchant 
Monds George R, merchant 



Osborne David, hotel 
Patterson Wm, township clerk 
Price M W, township clerk 
Scott Norman, blacksmith 
Tallon James, miller 
Williams James, miller 
Wormouth Nathaniel, blacksmith 
Yeomans Thomas, cabinetmaker 



Ard.Ocll. — A Village on the Mississippi River in the Township of 
Clarendon ; IG miles from Clarendon station on the Kingston 
and Pembroke Railway. Population about 100. 



Chcetham George, blacksmith 
Godkins James, shoemaker 
Henderson John, tanner 
Howell John T, carpenter 
Martin Garrett, carpenter 



Munroe Alex, P M, merchant 
Bchwager Alois, carpenter 
Schwagcr Joseph, carpenter 
Watkins Bramwell, sawmiller 
Whitcduck Joseph, shoemaker 



Ba.llsLn"byn© S"ta."ticxi- — A Village and station of the G. 
T. R., in tlio Township of Pittsburg ; 8 miles from Kingston. 



Population about 100. 
Edward Alex, agent G T R 



Hysop John, postmaster. 



BARRIEFIELD. 



141 



Barriefield- — A Village in the Township of Pittsburg, on the 
east side of the Cataraqui River ; H miles from Kingston, with 
which it is connected by a bridge. Here are situated Fort 
Henry aiid Point Frederick, on svhich is the Royal Military 
College. Population of the village about 300. 



Allen George, student 
Anderson William, carpenter 
Batten George, mariner 
Batten George sr. 
BELWA CHARLES, T'p Clerk 
Bowman, Charles & John, boat 

builders 
Burk William, laborer 
Burns John, laborer 
Butland Charles, laborer 
Byrns Miles, hotel & grocer 
Cherry John, laborer 
Chesnut Mrs. 
Colson James, laborer 
Donnelly John, engineer 
Dowler Richard 
Forbes Robert, grocer 
Garrett Mrs. R. 
GEORGE FRED J, dept'y city 

registrar 
Gorman Miss Mary 
Graham John, laborer 
Gunn Mrs. 
Halyen Miss Rose 
Hinds Mrs S. 
Hume Walter, shoemaker 
Hutton William, carpenter 
Kennedy Timothy, laborer 
Kidd Robert, laborer 
Knapp H. J., boat builder 
Knapp James, boat builder 



Lake Mrs. 
Lawles Mrs, grocer 
Leader Edward, sawyer 
Leader John, fisherman 
McDonald Michael, laborer 
Mcintosh Henry, laborer 
Martin John, retired 
Medley George, butcher 
Medley Wm, salesman 
Medley William, drover 
Redmond William, carpenter 
Ryan John, postmaster 
Ryan John, laborer 
Bedford Thomas, blacksmith 
Sharman Jacob, boat builder 
Smith Joseph, bricklaver 
STANTON REV. ^RICHARD, 

rector St. Mark's Church 
Stanton Richard, cabinet maker 
Stanton Mrs. 
STRACHAN MARTIN, (Martin 

Strachan & Son) 
STRACHAN MARTIN DAVID 

(Martin Strachan & Son) 
STRACHAN MARTIN, (Martin & 

Martin D.,) saw, planing, sash 

& door mills 
Tisdale Alexander, carpenter 
Tisdale John, laborer 
Watts Mrs. 



142 



BATTERSEA, BEDFORD MILLS, ETC. 



Sa."b"bersea.-- -A Village at the south end of Loughboro Lake, in 
the Township of Storrington; 14 miles from Kingston, connected 
by Stage. Population 200. 



Anglin W J, P M, merchant 
Arthur Wm, stage driver 
Ferguson Wm, stage diiver 
Gascoine Jamee, blacksmith 
Hudson John, cheese manfr 
Knapp C, carriagemaker 
Lake Wm, merchant 



Lawson rev Jas, Methodist 
Lenuon Joseph, merchant 
Navalstin — , hotelkeeper 
Thorne John, sawmiller 
Vanluven Chris, miller 
Williams N, blacksmith 



Bedford Llills-— A Village in the Township of Bedford, 14 
concession, 12th lot ; 28 miles from Kingston, on the Rideau 
Canal ; 18 miles from Iron Ore Junction, K. & P. R.R. Popula- 
tion about 70. 



Barker R. C, clerk 
Barker Robert, millwright 
Breens Jeremiah, lumber 

spector 
Croskery W., sawyer 
Goslin 0., sawyer 
Green D., miner 
Green H., miner 
Green John, miner 
Green William, miner 
Kerr George, engineer 
Lashaw Luke, mariner 
Lea Daniel, miner 



m- 



Moriarty Daniel, engineer 

Moulton E., sawyer 

Moulton James, sawyer 

Pritchard D. P., mariner 

Scott William, mariner 

Spicer Joel, sawyer 

Steenbury George, miller 

Stenens A., engineer 

TETT, J. P. &BRO., merchants, 

millers, lumbermen 
Tobin P., laborer 
Turner E., sawyer 
Wyatt William, carpenter 



Bellrocls— A Village in the Township of Portland, 20 miles from 
Napanee. 



Coffey Mrs. Mary, P.M., merchant 
Garinger Francis, carpenter 



Hooper Samuel, miller 
Percy John, blacksmith 



BirxaainglnSLXXl (Joyceville) — A Village in the Township of 
JMttsburgh, 12 miles from Kingston. 

Birmingham Mrs E., Postmistress | Murphy J., hotel 

Joyce L., carriage maker | Nimmo Kev. J. H., Church Eng. 



brewer's mills, cataraqui, etc. 



143 



Bre-ccer's Llills— A Village in the Township of Pittsburg 
17 miles from Kintrston. 



Anglin Robert, P M, merchant 
Brewer James, machinist 
Dean Patrick, laborer 
D'Saunhac rev Paul, R C 



Keys Charles, wagonmaker 
Keyes James, merchant 
McKeever Francis, blacksmith 



Oa."ba.ra.q_\ii — A Village in the Township of Kingston, on the 
Kingston and Napanee road, 3 miles from the city. Here is 
located the Cataraqui Cemetery, containing 100 acres. The 
village has two churches, English and Methodist. Population 
about 200. 



Alderd Owen, porter K &: P R 
Berry Henry, carpenter 
Bigham John, M D 
Brovra M J, M D 
Day Johnson, brickmaker 
Ely Samuel, tailor 
Harrigan John, blacksmith 
Haycock Fred, pedler 
Haycock Joseph, gardener 
Hennessey Mrs Catharine, boarding 
Leeman Sandford, tollgate keeper 
McKim John, pedler 



McKim P, clerk 2nd Div Court 
McMichael Osborne, gardener 
Martin W D, potter 
Nicol David, gardener 
Nicol Joseph, gardener 
Northmore Joseph, P M, merchant 
Purdy W J, merchant 
Riley Edward, brickmaker 
Shorey rev E, Methodist 
Simpson John, township clerk 
Walker Charles, fanning mills 
Walker James, carpenter 



01a.reild.02l S"ba."bioil— A Post Office in the Township of 
Oso. Bramwell Watkins, postmaster. 

Oole Xdalce — A Post Office in the Township of Hinchinbrook. 
Robert Killins, postmaster. 



Oollins Bay — A Village and station of the G. T. R., in the 

Township of Kingston, in the 2nd concession ; 7 miles from 
Kingston. Population 150. 



Dougal Fred, carpenter 
Ferguson John, station agent 
Garrett Wm, blacksmith 
Leslie Wm, manager Collins Bay 

Rafting Co 
LOSIE J J, P M, merchant 
McDonald Wm K, blacksmith 



McGuire A, miller 
Marsh George, hotelkeeper 
Meachem Thos, engineer 
Moffatt James, engineer 
Rankin D, customhouse officer 
Riley — , section foreman 



144 



D ARCY, DEERDOCK. ETC. 



CArcy — A Post Office in the Township of Howe Island. W.J. 
Sugrue, Postmaster. 

Ceerdoo]s — A Post Office in the Township of Oso. John War- 
ren, Postmaster. 

Sesesrb X^&lse — A Post Office in the Township of Loughboro. 
Smith & Co., merchants I Snook Wilham, Posimaster 



ElginTDiorg— A Village in the Township of Kingston on the 5th 
and 6th Concession and 17th and 18th Lots. 7 miles from King- 
ston. Population about 200. 



Baker Rev. George, Methodist 
Chant Rev. Joseph H., Methodist 
Edwards John W., teacher 
Elginburg John P., blacksmith 
Guess Thomas, cheese maker 



Jacksou Simon, wagon maker 
Lawson William, wagon maker 
McBride James, blacksmiih 
MEECHAM MRS. E., postmist'ss 
Parkin George, cheese maker 



^exxXLOy — A Village in the Township of Bedford, 40 miles from 

Kingston 

Botting Benjamin, merchant 
Cook R., township clerk 
Crozier Wm., hotel keeper 
Hansen Henry, merchant 
Kish John, carpenter 



I McLene John, grocer 
Peters Ehas, blacksmith 
Rogers Joseph, shoemaker 
Truelove James, saw mills 
Watt Mrs. Ellen, Postmistress 



Gairden ZsXsizid — An Island in the St. Lawrence, directly op- 
posite Kingston, being 1^ miles distant. A station of the Great 
North Western Telegraph Co. Here are located the extensive 
shipyards of Messrs Calvin & Son, who own nearly all the Island. 
Connected in summer by ferry boat four times a day, and in 
winter by stage twice a day. Population about GOO. 

Council : — D. D. Calvin, Reeve ; Anthony Malone, Hiram Calvin, 
Wm. Martin, Luke O'Reilly, Councillors ; George Malone, Clerk; 
Richard Raymond, Treasurer. 



A'Brien George, master mariner 
A'Brien Thomas, shipwright 
A'Brien Wm, teamster 
Acliee Joseph, raftsman 
Adset Samuel, teamster 
Andre Peter, shipwright 



Allen Fred, raftsman 
Allen James F. foreman 
Blackwell II, raftsman 
Blancliett H, raftsman 
Boyd Isaac, engineer 
Brebant Augustus, shipwright 



GARDEN ISLAND, ETC. 



145 



CALVIN & SON, (D D & Hiram 
A,) merchants, shipowners, etc 
Clement Joseph, raftsman 
Compeau Fehx, raftsman 
Compeau, Josepli, raftsman 
Compeau Meha, raftsman 
Cotteiiden Charier,, raftsman 
Cottenden George, raftsman 
dimming Mrs, 

Cunningham Daniel, shipwright 
Cushen John, teamster 
Crosby Wm, sailor 
Davey Albert, raftsman 
Davey Benjamin, shipwright 
Decaire Antoine, raftsman 
Decare Baptiste, raftsman 
Delzelle James, carpenter 
Derocher Henry, raftsman 
Desforges Baptiste, raftsman 
Dignem Thomas, shipwright 
Dix James, master sailor 
Dix John, sailmaker 
Dix Joseph, coroner, sailmaker 
Doyle Patrick, shipwright 
Dugdale Alfred, customs officer 
Emond Moses jr., blacksmith 
Emond Moses sr, blacksmith 
Ferguson Thomas, shipwright 
Garand John, raftsman 
Glenn Andrew, blacksmith 
Gobiel Edward, shipwright 
Gray Thomas, engineer 
Harper Harvey, sailor 
Hickey James, engineer 
Jones Peter, machinist 
Kennedy David sr, carpenter 
Kennedy James, raftsman 
Kenosh Joseph, raftsman 
Lafavre David, boatman 



Lalonde Paul, raftsman 
Lamber George, raftsman 
Lapper Thomas, carpenter 
LaRiche Hugh S, carpenter 
Laurance Joseph, raftsman 
Lawrence Francis, sailor 
Lewers David, farmer 
McCready William, engineer 
McGarretty George, teamster 
McMasters Andrew, raftsman 
McNab Narcisse, cook 
Malone Abraham, master mariner 
MALONE ANTHONY, P M, J P, 

agent G N W Telegraph Co, 

bookkeeper 
Marshall William, J P 
Martin Ephriam, carpenter 
Martin William, saw\yer 
Membery Henry, raftsman 
Mulligan Alexander, sailor 
Mullen John, engineer 
O'Reilly Luke, carpenter 
Philips John, sailor 
Raymond Richard, raftsman 
Rice Thomas, boilermaker 
Rodrigue Ephraim, raftsman 
Rogey William, boilermaker 
Roney Fred, shipwright 
Roney Henry, foreman shipwright 
Sauve George, blacksmith 
Sauve Joseph, blacksmith 
Smith Thomas, engineer 
Snell John, sailor 
Symons John, engineer 
Symons Robert, engineer 
Theriault Francis, engineer 
Watson Alex, raftsman 
Wilkinson Charles, harnessmaker 



Gleil"b"V3.mie — A Post Office in the Township of Kingston. 
George Hunter, postmaster. 



146 



GLENVALE, GODFREY, ETC. 



GIleu'VSLl© — A Post Office in the Township of Kingston. Robert 
Gibson, postmaster. 



GodfrOTT" — A Post Office in the Township of Hinchinbrook, 28 
miles from Kingston. Wm J Lake, postmaster. 



Ha.rdi.nge — A Post Office in the Township of Barrie, 52 miles 
from Napanee. Thomas Tapping, postmaster. 

Sarlccce — A Post Office in the Township of Barrie. Thomas 
Neale, postmaster. 



Ha.rrOT:ysxaQ.i"b3:i— A Village and Station on the Kingston & 
Pembroke Railway in the Township of Portland, 19 miles from 
Kingston. Population about 300. 



Asselstine George, painter 
Baker Ira, undertaker 
Bertram Bros., carriage makers 
Blackhurst James, blacksmith 
Buck Danford, blacksmith 
Cook Thomas, hotel keeper 
Day C. P., station master 
Day Horatio, saw miller 
Day W. D. P., M.D. 
Donnelly James, township clerk 
Dunham George, shoemaker 
Griffith Wm., merchant 



Martin Charles, saw miller 
Mills Samuel, butcher 
Parkin Richard, tailor 
Peck Rev. WiUiam, methodist 
Roberts William, carpenter 
Smith J. R., M.D. 
Stewart Samuel F., postmaster 
Stone Charles, harness maker 
Thompson & Clark, grocers 
Thompson Wm., wheelwright 
Vanluvan G. W., harness maker 
Walsworth Jefferson, hotel keeper 



Ka.r"bing^02i — A Village and Station on the Kingston & Pem- 
broke Railway in the Townsliip of Portland, 22 miles from King- 
ston. 

Campbell Benj., postm'r, saw m'l I Cannon Wm., carriage maker 
Patterson William, merchant | Taylor Josiah, carpenter 



Ko'OO'O Island— A Post Office in tlie Township of Howe 

Island. 
Melville M., township clerk | O'Brien James, postmaster 



INVERARY AND KINGSTON MILLS. 



147 



IxiTrerar^T — A Village on Lot 20, in the 2nd Concession of the 
Township of Storrington, 12 miles from Kingston. Population 
about 100. 



Barclay J., laborer 
Bass Rev. W. A., Methodist 
CAYEELY N, P M, general mer- 
chant (see adv.) 
Dennis B, laborer 
Dennis F, harnessmaker 
Ferguson John, laborer 
Harrison & Knight, carriagemakers 
Harrison H P, woodworker 
Hurd J, trader 



Kellan A, laborer 

Lovey J, butcher 

McNamara H, bailiff 

Marsh G, blacksmith 

Patterson R, hotelkeeper, 

Richards J. mason 

Richards S, builder 

RITCHIE A, township clerk 

Tapper A, laborer 

Walker D J, clerk 5th Div court 



KingS-borx Skills— A Yillage in the Township of Pittsburg, 

2nd concession, 36 lot, quarter mile from G. T. R. station called 

Rideau ; 6 miles from Kingston ; population about 150. This 

village is situated on the Rideau Canal, and Las first-class water 

power and a large mill running the year round. 



Blake Thomas, financial agent 
Bradden Edward jr, drover 
Bradden Edw sr. real estate dealer 
Bradden James, lumber dealer 
Butler John, carpenter 
Byrne James, capt 47th regiment 
Conuers Morris, laborer 
Connor P O'Counell, miller 
Cunningham Edward sr, Y S 
Deane Joseph, lockmaster and 

collector 
DEANE JOSEPH J, postmaster 
Doyle James, butcher 
Doyle James K, barber 
Doyle John, J P 
Doyle John jr., carpenter 
Graham Donald, laborer 
Green Thomas, hide dealer 
Harrison Charles, builder 
Harrison Henry, stock dealer 
Hartnell William, mariner 
Henderson John, foreman G.T.R. 
Higgins Bernard, Roman Cathohc 



Hogan John jr, cheesemaker 
Hogan John sr, dairyman 
Hughes Thomas, miller 
Hutchins Edward, agent G.T.R. 
Keenan Felix, notary public 
Lemon Wm, painter 
Luudman Albert, butcher 
McAdoo Samuel jr, butcher 
I McAdoo Samuel sr, drover 
McAdoo Wm, butcher 
I McGraghan John, blacksmith 
; Marteg John, cheesemaker 
Morau Bernard sr, drover 
Murdock Martin, pawnbroker 
O'Callaghan Daniel, teacher 
Redmond John, laborer 
Redmond Mrs John, midwife 
Reid Joseph, mariner 
Sargent Robt, lumber merchant 
Smith John, wines and liquors 
Thompson James S, miller 
Tighe Michael, blacksmith 
Waldon John, laborer 



148 



LAKE OPINICON, LATIMER, ETC. 



X^aJse Opiaa-icon— A 



Yillagc 



on 



the Rideau Canal in the 

Township of Storrington, 14th Con., 16th Lot, 29 miles from 
KujgstoD. The nearest railway station is Harrowsmith, K.P.R., 
20 miles. This Village was settled in 1834. Bryce J. Davidson, 
J. P., was appointed the first postmaster on the 1st March, 1871, 
and still occupies the position. Population about 250. 



Bolton John, miner 
Cameron MissF., teacher 
Cameron Peter jr, miner 
Cameron Peter sr, lumberman 
Chapman Howard, miner 
Corkey Michael, miner 
DAVIDSON BRYCE J. J.P., 

postmaster. 
Davidson Wm, miner 
Dennison Mrs. Catharine 
Fluke David, miner 
Harris Joseph, miner 
Hattan Arch, miuer 
Hattan Peter, miner 
Hughsou Seth, miner 
Hughson Wesley, miner 
Hunter James, miner 
Keith Mrs. Rachel 
LafTonier Isaac, miner 



Lindsay John, shoemaker 
Linklater John, miner 
Nicols Mrs, Wilbur 
O'Brien James, miner 
Poole John, sawyer 
Poole Mrs, Matilda 
Randall John jr, laborer 
Randall John sr, laborer 
Randall Wm, lumberman 
Randall Wm N, miner 
Robinson Samuel, miner 
Sidney William laborer 
Singleton Charles W, constable 
Stokes Robert, laborer 
Stokes Wilham, laborer 
Williams Cornelius, lumberman 
Young James, carpenter 
Young Thomas, miuer 
Y'"oung William, miner 



La."bi«ier— A Post Office in the Township of Storrington. 



XrfOZlg Xdeilse — A Post Office in the Township of Olden. James 
Bender, postmaster. 

IrfOragliTDOro (Sydenham) — A Post Office in the Township of 
Louirhboro. 



Dunlop Neil, M D 
McQuado rev H, Methodist 
Madden Hugh, postmaster 



Poole rev M G, Church of Engl'd 
Ruttan Chas, clerk 8rd Div court 
Wilson J, township clerk 



Mississippi Sta-bioxi— A Village and Station on the 
Kingston Sc Pembroke Railway, in the Township of Palmerston, 
70 miles from Kingston. 

Clark Norman, P.M., agt. K.P.R | McLaren Peter, saw mills 
Jones D. F., hotel keeper | Mace Wm. D., merchant 



MOUNTAIN GROVE, MURVALE, ETC. 



149 



IMo'Vill'ba.in Gro^re — A Post Office in the Township of Olden, 
48 miles from Kingston. Alexander McDonald, Postmaster. 

2^Tj.rTrale — A Post Office in the Township of Portland. Michael 
Dove}^ Postmaster. 

Oa."tes — A Post Office in the Township of Loughboro. James 
Cosgrove, Postmaster. 

Ocon'bo — A Post Office in the Township of Oso. Alexander 
McGinnis, Postmaster 



Oxiipa.ll — A Post Office in the Township of Palmerston. 

Briscoe J. B., postmaster | ELKINGTON J., M.D., tp. clerk 

Oso 3'ba.'biozi — A Post Office in the Township of Oso. Solomon 
Bourke, Postmaster. 

OSSSL — A Post Office in the Township of Olden. • James A. And- 
erson, Postmaster. 

I^a.r3a.a.lll — A Village and Station on the Kingston and Pembroke 
Railway, in the Township of Hiuchinbrooke 89 miles from King- 
ston. 



Benjamin J. W., merchant 
Farrar Rev. H., Church of Eng. 
Griffith J. A., P.M., merchant 
Hartman N., carpenter 
Hampton T. J., agent K. & P.R. 



House Richard, merchant 
Orser Rev. E. A., Methodist 
Simpkins Wm. H., carriagemaker 
Siverbrick Albert, blacksmith 
Siverbrick Wm., hotel keeper 



Feartla ^oad. — A Post Office in the Township of Loughboro. 
James Stoness, Postmaster. 



^e'biKrorHlll — A Post Office in the Township of Portland, at the 
head of the Napanee River, 18 miles fi'om Napanee. 

Brown Sylvester, grocer I Vannest James, carpenter 

Peters Gideon, blacksmith Vannest John, postmaster 

Smith Ira, blacksmith j Vannest Lewis, merchant 

]Pi"b"bsferr37" — A Post Office in the Township of Pittsburg. 
Gallagher rev J, BA, Presbyterian | Root Lewis, postmaster 



I50 



PLEVNA AND PORTSMOUTH. 



^leTTXia. — A Village in the Township of Clarendon, 4 miles from 
Gemley, on the T. & O.RR. Population about 100. 



Card Jethro, saw mills 

Dawson Geo. W., P.M., merchant 

Hicks Bros, (Lorn Guy & Geo. A.) 

furniture 
Hicks Norman A., pedlar 
Holden Chas., wagon maker 
McMullen Wm., shoemaker 
McPherson Angus, merchant 
Meeks Andrew, cooper 



Muldoon Jonathan, hotel keeper 
Ohlmann Leobald, trapper 
Playfair Elisha, township clerk, 

hotel keeper 
Plotz Wm. C. P., carpenter 
Proudfoot James, hotel 
Tucker James, miller 
Wood Miller, blacksmith 



^OarbsxxiO'U.'fell — An incorporated Village adjoinmg the city on 
its western boundary, connected with it by the street railway. 
Here is located the Kingston Penitentiary, a very handsome 
building, situated at the eastern end of the village, on the river's 
banks. At the western end is the Kingston Asylum for the 
Insane ; the building is a very fine and handsome structure of 
cut stone ; the grounds are most beautiful and are tastily laid 
out. Among the other principal buildings are the Warden's 
residence, a most beautiful structure, surrounded by ornamental 
grounds well laid out; and the Episcopal and Methodist churches, 
Town Hall and a number of private residences. Population, 
exclusive of the Asylum and Penitentiary, about 900. 

Council — James Adams, reeve ; James Halliday, Joseph Fisher, John 
Gleeson, Alex McLeod, councillors ; Thos Kelly, clerk ; Thomas 
McCammou, treasurer ; Edward Beaupre, collector ; William 
Graham, street inspector ; John R Brown, constable. 

Churches — Church of England, rev F W Dobbs ; Methodist, rev T 
C Buchanan. 



Adams James, architect 

Aikine Alex, hospital steward, K P 

Aikins Wm H L, baker 

Aitken Mary, matron. Asylum for 

the Insane 
Allen Joseph A, 
Allen William R, 
ANGLIN WM, bursar, Asylum 

for the Itisane 
Applctoii Robert, gardener 
Arundell Wm, laborer 
Arthurs Robert, laborer 



ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, 
Baker Wm, manager A Gunn & Co 
Baiden Eli, gardener 
Baiden Richard, gardener 
Bannister John, carpenter 
Baugh Francis, carpenter 
Beaupre Edward sr, carpenter 
Beaupre Isaiah, carpenter 
Beaupre Peter, hotelkoeper 
iielangor Maximo, carpeutei 
Betts Henry A, 
Blakcly Robert, sailor 



PORTSMOUTH. 



151 



Brown John R, constable 

Buchanan rev T C, Methodist 

Buck Mathow, caipontor 

Burk Edward F, butcher 

Burke Henry, laborer 

Cameron Alex, contractor 

CAMPBELL JAMES, grocer 

Carlton John, carpenter 

CAETWRIGHT REV C E, Prot- 
estant chaplain, K P 

CLARIOL C K, M D, asst medical 
supt, Asylum for the Insane 

Collins Alfred, laborer 

Con very James, carpenter 

Craig Thomas, sailor 

Crawford Wm, keeper, K P 

CREIGHTON JOHN, Warden 
Kingston Peiiitentiary 

CREIGHTON ROBERT 1, 
clerk, K P 

Crimmons Pat'k, keeper. Asylum 

Culcheth John, baker 

Bearing Wm, laborer 

Dillon Jeremiah, 

Dobbs Rev. F. W., Eng. Church 

Dodds James H., blacksmith 

Dodds Robert, blacksmith 

Donnelly John, keeper K.P. 

Dooley Wm., laborer 

Doyle James, keeper K.P. 

DriscoU Jeremiah, keeper K.P. 

Elliott Charles, keeper Asylum 

Evans Edward, printer 

Evans Thos., keeper Asj^lum 

Fisher John, clerk 

Fisher Joseph & Wm., brewers 

Fitzgibbon Daniel, keeper K.P. 

Fitzgerald Patrick, carpenter 

Flynn John, laborer 

Ford George, gardener 

For sy the Joseph, 

Friendship John, gardener 

Gillespie James, keeper, K P 

Gleeson John, ice dealer 



Graham Richard, bookkeeper 
Graham Wm, carpenter 
Gunn A &, Co, tanners 
Halliday James, 
Henstridge Josephus, teacher 
Hogan Wm, blacksmith 
Holland George, keeper, K P 
Holland James, laborer 
Holland Wm., laborer 
Howard Thomas, carpenter 
Hurst William 

Johnson Edward, keeper Asylum 
KELLY THOS., village clerk 
Kennedy John 
Kennedy Patrick, laborer 
Kennedy Thos. C, clerk 
Kennedy Wm., grocer 
Kerr Hugh, keeper Asylum 
KINGSTON PENITENTIARY, 

John Creighton, warden 
Leahy Edward, watchmaker 
Leahy Mary, matron K.P. 
Leahy Michael, keeper K.P. 
Leahy Thos, bookkeeper 
Lindsay Hugh P, laborer 
Lindsay Robert, carpenter 
Little Joseph, keeper, K P 
Lowe Samuel, grocer 
McDonald Thos, operator 
Macdonell Arch, keeper, Asylum 
McCamm^n Robert, baker 
McCammon Thomas, keeper, K P 
McCarthy James, postmaster 
McCauley George, keeper, K P 
McCauley Robert, keeper, K P 
McConnell Wm. keeper, K P 
McCorville Charles, keeper, K P 
McConville Wm., grocer 
McGein Beri?ard, keeper K.P. 
McLeon Allan, steward Asylum • 
McLuod Alexander, 
McLeod John, (Chatterton & Mc- 

Leod) 
McManus Hugh 



152 



RAILTON, ST. LAWRENCE, ETC. 



McManus John 

McNulty Wm. J. 

Mc Waters Alexander, laborer 

McWater Thomas, laborer 

Marks John, carpenter 

Mathewson James, B. keeper K.P. 

Mathewson John P., carpenter 

Metcalfe William 

METCALF W G, M D, medical 

supt, Asylum for the Insane 
Mills James, carpenter 
Mills John, keeper, K P 
Milne Alex, engineer 
Mooney Edward, keeper, K P 
Mooney John, laborer 
Moore James W, laborer 
Nicholson John, carpenter 
Norris Eobert, carpenter 
O'Donnell P, store keeper, K P 
O'Neil Richard, keeper, K P 
Paine John, mason 
Paine Thomas, keeper, K P 
Porter Andrew, laborer 
Porter Wm, laborer 
Potter Joseph, gardener 
Priestly Robert, keeper, K P 



Rugh Thomas, tinsmith 

Quinn Patrick, hotelkeeper 

Redmond Patrick, keeper, K P 

Roach John, laborer 

Seally John, guard, K P 

Schroder James, J P 

Scobell S W, accountant, K P 

Sexton George, 

Seymour Isaiah, carpenter 

Shine Henry, carpenter 

Short James, hotelkeeper 

Smith Thomas, keeper K.P. 

Stewart James B., engineer 

Stewart John, carpenter. 

SULLIVAN WM., deputy warden 

Kingston Penitentiary 
Swift John, messenger K.P. 
Tait Adam, laborer 
WALKEM JOSEPH, (Walkem & 

Walkem,) barrister 
Weir James, steward K.P. 
Welch Lawrence, keeper K.P. 
Wishart John sr, carpenter 
Woodhouse Henry, keeper K.P. 
Woods William, laborer 



Rai.l'tcn — A Village in the Township of Loughboro ; 13 miles 
from Kingston. 



Carey Patrick, cheesemaker 
Dwyer Mrs John, P M 
Healey James D, cheesemaker 
Keys Michael, weaver 
McWilhams rev C A, R C 
Maverty Alex, teacher 



Mullen Arthur, carpenter 
O'Brien Martin, teacher 
O'Connor Thomas, cheesemaker 
O'Donnell Daniel, blacksmith 
O'Reilly James, hotelkeeper 



S"b- Xja."wrrence— A Post Office in the Township of Wolfe 
Island. S D Woodman, postmaster. 



Sa.iigS"ber X'. 0---(Sec Township of Bedford.) James 
Young, postmaster. 



SHARBOT LAKE, SHARPTON, ETC. 



153 



bvoke Railway in tlie 

Charlton Mrs J, P M 
Perry Joseph, hotelkeeper 
Raycroft James, butcher 
Ryan J & Co, 



-A Village and station of Kingston & Pem- 
Township of Oso, 48 miles from Kingston. 

Shibley & Warner, merchants 
Stewart Bros, general merchants 
Thomson & Avery, sawmillers 
Vigneaux Thomas, shoemaker 



Sliarp-bon — A Post Office in the Township of Kingston, 12 
miles from Kingston. 



Spai£ord."tori — A Post Office in the Township of Loughboro, 
8 miles from Harrowsmith. 



Counter Henry, postmaster 
Fillion Edward, painter 



Haley Morris, blacksmith 
Wood Miles, carpenter 



SvLnTsvLry — A Village in the Township of Storrington, 12 miles 
from Kingston. Population about 100. 



Gay Robert, merchant and car- 
riage maker 
HaU Thomas 



Mc Bride John, P.M.. merchant 
McNeily John, township treasurer 
Nobbs George, blacksmith 



TicllToome — A Post Office in the Township of Bedford. 



Verona. — A Village and Station on the Kingston & Pembroke 
RR, in the Township of Portland, 22 miles from Kingston. Pop- 
ulation about 300. 



Abrams Howard, hotel 
Billmore Peter, cooper 
Bradshaw Samuel, merchant 
Brown Rev. Daniel 
Buchanan George, shoemaker 
Campbell John G., miller 
Claxton William, M.D. 
Drader Nelson, cabinet maker 
Grant Alexander, P.M., agent K. 
& P.RR, and clerk Div. Court 



Jeraldine Louis, hotel keeper 
Kirkwood Alex., saw mills 
Lampson Alvan, merchant 
Mc Mullen Joseph, merchant 
Smith James, blacksmith 
Snyder Jacob, baker 
Stedman Wm., merchant 
Wager Rev. P., Methodist 
Walker Steward, saw mills 



TT^a.sh.ToTj.ni — A Village in the Township of Pittsburgh. 
Foster J, miller I McGillivray John, postmaster 



154 



WESTBROOK. WILLETSHOLME, ETC. 



T7^eS"bTorools; — A Village in the Township of Kingston in the 
3rd Concession, and 3rd and-4th Lots, 2 miles from Collmsby, a 
station on the G.T.R. Population 100. 



Ashley George, hotel keeper 
Benjamin George, butcher 
Bridge Amos, carpenter 
BRIDGE ANDREW, P.M., churn 

manufacturer and apiarest 
Cook John, merchant 
Howard Russell, speculator 



Jackson William, mason 
Knight Henry, horse dealer 
Leonard Nathaniel, wagon maker 
McDonald Malcolm, blacksmith 
McEwen George, blacksmith 
Marshall Frank, apiarist 



^T^ille-tsliolxxie — A Post Office in the Township of Pittsburg. 
Josiah Abrams, postmaster. 

^OT^iliXliar IPm O- — (See Township of Loughboro.) J K Free- 
man, postmaster. 

TT^olfe Island. (Marysville)-— A Village in the Township of 
Wolfe Island, 3 miles from Kingston ; connected by steamboat 
in summer and stage in winter. Population 400. 



BAKER E J, P M, merchant 
Baker Miss, grocer 
Bray Henry, fisherman 
Brown James, fisherman 
Brueland William, 
Card Wm B, livery 
Cattanach Daniel, wheelwright 
Clench James, wheelwright 
Connelly Michael, mariner 
Crawford Ezra, mariner 
Crawford James, blacksmith 
Crawford Thomas, mariner 
Dickson C. R., M.D. 
Doran William, teamster 
Davis Gilbert, blacksmith 
Davis J. Y., joiner 
Davis John, mariner 
Davis Richard, butcher 
Fitzgerald John 

Godfrey Rev. J., Church England 
Grace — , shoemaker 
Grant 0. G., carpenter 



Griffin & Taylor, (Edward & Wil- 
son,) blacksmiths 

Hatfield T. A., merchant, tp clerk 

Hennessy James, fisherman 

Hitchcock H 0, 
hotelkeeper 

Home C L, fisherman 

Home George, mariner 

Home W W, mariner 

Kelly R J, harnessmaker 

Keys & Gomg (Thos and Shirley), 
grain dealers 

Knapp Jas., laborer 

Lanagan Daniel, mariner 

Larkin John, fisherman 

Lawson D. J., miller 

McCaul John, laborer 

McClement Miss Edith, teacher 

McConville Miss B., teacher 

McCormack John, mariner 

McCrea Bros., merchants 

McCrea George, laborer 



WOLFE ISLAND AND ZEALAND. 



155 



McDonald E). L, mariner 


Rogers James, laborer 


McLaren Alex., boarding 


Roger Andrew, mariner 


Mackey John, hotel keeper 


Rousseaux Edward, blacksmith 


Mackey Thos., mariner 


Saimderson Henry, tailor 


Murphy Miss, grocer 


Shaver Simon 


Newell Wilham, mariner 


Sluman Gilbert, merchant 


O'Shay Michael; mariner 


Spratt Rev. T. J., Roman Catholic 


Oser William, laborer 


Trickey Peter, laborer 


Pyke David, fisherman 


Troy Patrick, fisherman 


Regan Patrick, laborer 


Wess Rev., Methodist 


Eobertson Charles 0., laborer 


Whitemarsh John, laborer 



Zeala-nd. — A Post Office in the Township of Oso. Willian Arm- 
strong, Postmaster. 






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City of Brantford and County of Brant 2.00 

County of York 2.00 

County of Perth 2.00 

County of Waterloo 2.00 

County of Simcoe 2.00 

County of Halton 1.50 

County of Wentworth 2 .00 

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Townships, Post Offices and Villages : 



Page. 

Arden 140 

Ardoch 140 

Ballantyne Station 140 

Barrie Township 104 

Barriefield 14 T 

Battersea 142 

Bedford Township 105 

Bedford Mills 142 

Bellrock 142 

Birmingham 142 

Brewer's Mills 143 

Cananto North Township 124 

Cananto South Township 124 

Cataraqui.. 143 

Clarendon Township 107 

Clarendon Station 143 

Cole Lake 143 

Collinsby .- 143 

D'Arcy 144 

Deerdock 144 

Desert Lake 144 

Elginburg 144 

Fermoy 144 

Garden Island 144 

Glenburnie 145 

Glenvale 146 

Godfrey 145 

Hardinge 146 

Harlowo 146 

Harro wsmith 146 

Hartington 146 

Hinchinbrooke Township 118 

Howe Island Townuhip 110 

Howe Island 146 

Invcrary 147 

Kennebec Township Ill 

Kingston Mills 1 47 

Kingston Township 112 

Lake Opinicon 148 

Latimer 148 

Long Lake 148 



Page. 

Loughboro Township 110 

Loughboro 148 

Miller Township 107 

Mississippi Station 148 

Mountain Grove 149 

Murvale 149 

Gates 149. 

Oconto 149 

Olden Township 121 

Ompah , 149 

Oso Township 123 

Oso Station 149 

Osa 149 

Palmerston Township 124 

Parham 149 

Perth Road 149 

Petworth 149 

Pittsburg Township 126 

Pittsferry 149 

Plevna 150 

Portland Township 180 

Portsmouth 150 

Railton 152 

St. Lawrence 152 

Sangster 152 

Sharbot Lake 153 

Sharpton 153 

Spaffordton 153 

Storrington Township 134 

Sunbury 153 

Sydenham, see Loughboro 

Tichborne 153 

Verona 153 

Washburn 153 

Wcstbrook 154 

Willotsholme 164 

Wilmur 164 

Wolfe Island Township 137 

Wolfe Island Village 164 

Zealand 166 



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